Commercial and especially institutional properties across the United State have to maintain aging infrastructure on a daily basis. One of the most critical components to a building’s health, occupant comfort and energy efficiency is the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, in particular air handling units (AHU) found on rooftops and in mechanical rooms. […]

HVAC Preventative Maintenance vs. Deferred Maintenance We are a culture of clichés. A cliché is defined as “a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought”. In other words, a stereotype. Consider then, the notion that “Deferred Maintenance” saves money or allows for current operational funds to be used immediately […]

The PURE-Decon/Halosil disinfection system dispenses a dry fog of atomized HaloMist™ into the air. The mist fills the room and is drawn into areas that conventional topical cleaning and disinfection can’t reach. This technology kills drug resistant bacteria, such as methicillin resistant staphylococcus (MRSA), and Clostridium difficile (C-diff), as well as pathogenic bacteria, viruses (like […]

What is cooperative purchasing and how does it work? What is one hurdle every company must jump when selling to a governmental agency? Price. You could have the best bid package and offer the best service or product but there is always concerns on the side of the purchasing agent.  That is where cooperative (co-op) […]

During the 2017 hurricane season Harvey and Irma ripped into the United States. Millions of people were affected by high winds and flooding. Trees and utility poles fell. Over 60% of Florida lost electricity, some went up to 10 days without service. Roofs of homes and businesses suffered damage. Coastal areas and rivers flooded. Water entered buildings, and HVAC […]

Post hurricane health dangers lurk behind the structural and flood damage caused by Irma in Florida and parts of Georgia. Naples, FL – Category 4 Hurricane Irma ripped across the Florida peninsula causing widespread damage and power outages. The Department of Homeland Security estimated that immediately after the storm over 15 million Floridian were without electricity. That […]

WASHINGTON – National Small Business Week celebrations commenced in the nation’s capital at the US Institute of Peace with more than 85 national award winners from across the country.  In 1963 President Kennedy introduced Small Business Week and in 2017 President Trump in his April 28th proclamation declared April 30 – May 6 as Small Business Week, […]

Posted on March 9th, 2017 by Halosil International The proliferation of new whole room disinfection technologies has provided infection control professionals many options for protecting their patients and staff. Hospitals that proactively adopt these solutions are set apart for their commitment to defeating HAIs.However, while selecting the right whole room disinfection system for the job is […]

Baltimore, MD — The 2017 NFMT Conference to be held in Baltimore, MD on March 7 – 9, 2017 agenda is second to none. With over 125 sessions during the three (3) day conference you will learn something new and come away inspired. Whether you have been in the industry for 20+ years or you are just […]

Tampa, FL–Indoor air quality is an important aspect of today’s living. In modern buildings, air conveyance systems have replaced natural ventilation. This innovation minimizes the overall energy consumption by making buildings smart. However, defilement of natural ventilation within a building may provoke pollutants by limiting them within closed environments. These pollutants may lead to problems […]