DRI-STEEM Corporation (DriSteem), the leading manufacturer of humidification, evaporative cooling, and water treatment products, announced today that the company will offer a free webinar discussing the use of humidification to reduce virus transmission in K-12 Schools.
David Baird, Senior Applications Engineer, will use the webinar to discuss how maintaining relative humidity between 40 and 60% RH, as recommended by healthcare experts, decreases the amount and infectivity of viruses in the air, resulting in fewer respiratory infections among students, teachers, and staff.
Those interested can register by using the link below.
- May 19th at 11:30 AM (CT): https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2414025464203888139
“As we look towards reopening schools, there is a need to find ways to mitigate the spread of the deadly COVID-19 coronavirus beyond simple cleaning and disinfecting,” said Jennifer Montville, DriSteem Director of Marketing. “Our goal with this webinar is to educate facilities management, staff, and school leaders on the need for humidification for virus control.”
DriSteem is a premier provider of humidification, evaporative cooling, and water treatment solutions for commercial and industrial applications. DriSteem offers custom systems for critical indoor environments such as health care, data centers, and other facilities requiring precise control of moisture in the air.
DriSteem’s 50-year history of development and innovation has resulted in multiple patented designs that not only meet but anticipate customers’ unique needs. DriSteem is a subsidiary of Research Products Corporation, manufacturer of Aprilaire®, the leading residential humidifier brand, as well as air cleaners, heat-recovery systems, and HVAC accessories.
Visit DriSteem at www.dristeem.com
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