Temperature & Humidity Control

/ Indoor Air Quality

Temperature & Humidity Control

  • Temperature and humidity levels may affect the viability of the virus and its ability to spread via aerosolized particles.
  • Higher levels of humidity increase the droplet size, which decreases the time the particles remain airborne.
  • Ideal temperature ranges would be between 70-75 degrees.
  • Ideal humidity levels would be between 40-60 percent.
  • Exposure to sunlight further decreases the viability of the virus.
  • Facilities should consider Static Plate ERVs to effectively remove pathogens while assisting with humidity control.

For a complete description of the maintenance programs we offer, please refer to our MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS.

For a more complete list of the types of systems we service, please refer to SYSTEMS.

7425 Major Street
Houston, TX 77061
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Office: 281-481-0700
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St. Rose, LA 70087
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Jackson, MS 39212
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Mobile, AL 36693
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Pensacola, FL 32502
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North Little Rock, AR 72117
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