“Engineering controls (e.g. ventilation) that can keep infectious aerosols at very low levels indoors offer the greatest promise to protect non healthcare workers and other vulnerable populations as we reopen our businesses and workplaces.”
-American Industrial Hygiene
For an airborne pathogen like SARS-CoV-2, best practice and regulation increasingly emphasize the critical importance of ventilation, filtration, and engineering controls to mitigate infectious airborne exposure risk in all indoor spaces. Until now, there has been limited ability to measure and verify the transmission risk and efficacy of HVAC systems.
veriDART® identifies hotspots, assesses ventilation and filtration systems, and informs critical decisions on occupational health and capital expenditures with empirical data.