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Indoor Air Quality Continued

Indoor Air Quality – (7-0-88069-022-4)

By John Berggren – Edited by Leo A Meyer – 116 Pages, 6 x 9 softcover

Includes air contaminants and IAQ problems in the HVAC system, finding solutions to air quality problems. Forms and checklists for HVAC system evaluation.   Don’t say, “I don’t do IAQ surveys.” Makes no difference. You are working with HVAC systems and they are the major controller of indoor air quality. Learn how duct systems can spread contaminants and why outside air intakes are important. You need to know how airflow affects a space and how the attitudes of building occupants can make a good HVAC system seem bad. Success means knowing more than the average person. This book was written by John Berggren, an expert in this field. After he wrote the book, I went over it with him, page by page to make sure it met the IET Library standards of practicality, plain explanations, and easy reading.

Content Highlights

  • IAQ and the Technician
  • Air Contaminants
  • Problems in the HVAC System
  • Air Filters and Air Cleaners
  • Other Problems That Affect IAQ
  • Baseline Survey
  • IAQ Survey
  • Test Equipment
  • Finding Solutions
  • Organizations concerned with IAQ
  • Sample Forms
  • Glossary

Great IAQ book. My students loved it. Easy to read, but very factual and down to earth. Great for my college class on Indoor Air Quality.

Best regards,
Greg Jourdan,
Professor/Program Director
Wenatchee Valley College