Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) measures the purity of breathing air an area has to offer. IAQ is affected, for better or worse, by many factors. In conjunction with a well-thought-out HVAC strategy, the inhabitants of an area are contributing factors to the cleanliness of indoor air. Ensure IAQ stays up to par with suitable equipment and preventative maintenance checks 1-4 times per year. DOWNLOAD CHECKLIST

“The demand for better indoor air quality isn’t just about responding to COVID-19. As science increasingly points to the correlation between healthier indoor air and well-being, we expect to see improved air quality on the ‘must have’ list of parents and educators,” said Manish Sharma, vice president and chief technology and product officer of Honeywell Building Technologies.”


Learn ASHRAE's Recommendations and How Schools Should

Implement Air Quality Measures to Protect Occupants From

COVID-19 According to ASHRAE.


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Check List to Improve IAQ

Your school’s air quality should be frequently checked and optimized to comply with industry regulations and guidelines, especially in times of change. Viruses and airborne pollutants can affect the health of staff and students. Find out ways to improve your school’s indoor air quality.

Quick ReOpening Sell Sheet

Welcoming students back to your school requires an evolution in your approach to safety, security and health, to adhere to new standards. That doesn’t mean you need to compromise sustainability, productivity or operational efficiency. Learn more about Honeywell's Quick Start  Package. 

Education Brochure

The world is changing fast and schools
are facing new challenges. Pathogens and
allergens make it mandatory to assess and address environmental health issues – making sure that your school building is healthier and that your staff and students are better protected. Don’t just open schools, keep them open with expert air quality solutions. 

Education Stimulus Funding

Beyond the CARES Act, the federal government has approved nearly $54 billion in relief funds to improve and maintain air quality in K-12 schools. And we’re here to help you decipher the process, understand how to help schools leverage the funds and determine which improvements qualify. Learn More. 


In efforts to assist in improving indoor air quality (IAQ), we have developed an extensive article about IAQ. This article examines what IAQ is, the role it plays in your building, the importance of maintaining air quality (especially now) and how this ties into your HVAC system. As a bonus we have included a list of 10 quality products that have been vetted and proven to fight harmful contaminants and increase your building’s air quality.


According to ASHRAE "The partial or complete closure of schools nationwide have brought attention to how indoor air quality (IAQ) can play a critical role in curbing the transmission of SARS-Cov-2 in buildings and promoting public health…Improving air ventilation and filtration through engineering controls provides a comprehensive, layered strategy to protect staff and students from exposure to Covid-19." READ MORE


Protecting the health, safety and welfare of the world’s students, faculty, and administrators from the spread of SARS-Cov-2 (the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease) is essential to protecting the entire population. ASHRAE’s guidance for schools provides practical information and checklists to help minimize the chance of spreading SARS-CoV-2.



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