HVAC

1/10

HVAC

Indoor air quality is in the top five environmental risks to public health listed by the USEPA. A HVAC system is a common source of unwanted contaminants within a building; Legionnaire’s disease is a well-known and serious issue related to HVAC cleanliness. To prevent the spread and proliferation of unwanted bacteria, HVAC systems need to routinely be cleaned and properly maintained. Suitable antimicrobial coatings have been shown to be effective at preventing mold and bacterial growth in the HVAC environment. Inhibit Coatings has developed antimicrobial coatings suitable for HVAC, with the goal of improving indoor air quality and decreasing maintenance costs. 

These Coatings can be applied to the metal ducting as well as various filter mediums.