A Letter from the President:
March 23, 2020
To the Dynamic Team:
Understandably, we are getting asked by a lot of people some variant of “Can you catch/kill corona virus?!?!?” The situation went from fake news to Holy Cow! in about 3.5 days and people are looking for solutions.
I don’t want to re-hash the solid information that is already out there from the CDC, ASHRAE, the WHO, and others. (Some of which are attached.) This is an evolving situation and we continue to learn.
But I think it is important to emphasize certain things.
Energy, IAQ, and the Environment
Rely on Dynamic Air Quality Solutions to help make your building energy efficient and environmentally responsible. Dynamic can help you reduce risk and make the most of your investment by creating and sustaining high performance buildings.
Indoor Air Quality
Temperature, humidity, cleanliness, odors and noise are all aspects of Indoor Air Quality that impact people, processes and productivity. Dynamic Air Quality Solutions has the experts to help you create the best possible Indoor Air Quality. Temperature, humidity, particulate count, fresh air volume, circulation characteristics, odors and VOCs are all variables of IAQ that can be controlled for a building’s specific purpose, whether the building is a community elementary school, resort hotel, family restaurant or children’s hospital.
35 of our Favorites
As we celebrate 35 Years of Dynamic Air Cleaners, we're taking a look at 35 of our favorite projects:
Celebrating Thirty-Five Years!
The first Polarized-Media Air Cleaners rolled off our assembly line in 1982
This year we are very pleased to celebrate the thirty-fifth anniversary of the first one-inch polarized-media electronic air cleaner. It was thirty-five years ago that the first polarized-media electronic air cleaner, produced under our “Dynamic Air Cleaner” brand, was introduced.
Jones County K-12
Dynamic is proud to be an integral part of the new Jones County K-12 energy-positive school project in North Carolina, recently featured on WUNC radio as students prepared for their first day of classes at the new school. “This building was designed to be the most efficient building - probably the most efficient school that there is,” said Jerry Marshall, energy manager for Firstfloor Energy Positive.
Listen to the article here...