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Indoor humidity regulations will reduce burden of COVID-19

As the UK sits in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, PBC Today speaks to Dr Stephanie Taylor, M.D., M. Arch, CIC, of Harvard Medical School, on how public buildings can become a key mechanism to fighting the virus by managing air quality
Given the World Health Organisation has now confirmed that COVID-19 survives under certain indoor air conditions, and its head scientist of disease has urged hospitals to better manage their air quality for staff when treating patients, there is a serious need for the public to understand the impact that air humidification levels can have on viruses.

Dr Taylor has been a physician for several decades with her primary practice in paediatric oncology and she now specialises in infection control. She says: “Working as a physician, I became very concerned about the impact on buildings on patient outcomes after observing the rates of new infections among young patients, despite our best medical treatment.

“This concern motivated me to learn about buildings, so I returned to school to get a master’s degree in architecture and engineering from Norwich University, Vermont. Today I am passionate about the power of the indoor environment to improve human health.”

Humidification and Water Type

How potable, softened, high-purity and boiler water affect humidifier operationWater type affects performance, maintenance, vapor quality, and efficiency Water is often called the universal solvent because almost everything is soluble to some degree in water. This...

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Humidification and Water Type

How potable, softened, high-purity and boiler water affect humidifier operation
Water type affects performance, maintenance, vapor quality, and efficiency Water is often called the universal solvent because almost everything is soluble to some degree in water. This property causes water to become contaminated by virtually any material it contacts, with the mix of contaminants varying greatly from one location to another. Humidification is the process of transforming water into vapor, and so it is not surprising that water type has a great impact on humidifier performance, maintenance requirements, humidification vapor quality, and efficiency of operation. There are four types of water used in humidifiers: • Potable water (drinking, tap or well water) • Softened water (hardness reduced through an ion exchange process) • High-purity water (deionized and/or reverse osmosis treated water) • Boiler water (typically treated with anti-corrosion chemicals)

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