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Museum Air Quality and HVAC Design Part 2: Filtration

Posted by Nick Chiarelli on Apr 9, 2018 11:48:06 AM

HVAC Design Considerations for effective and Versatile Filter Performance

The presence of airborne pollutants, both particulates and gases, can be damaging to any museum collection or exhibit. Particles in the form of dirt, skin, salt, hair, etc., can rapidly collect on artifacts and display spaces if not properly managed.

Once this layer of dust forms, it makes an easy meal for small organisms and bugs, which can then lead to mice and other rodents. All of these are unwelcome guests in a museum, as their feeding activity and presence alone will assuredly cause damage to sensitive materials. 

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Topics: Museum HVAC Design, hvac filtration