What is Toilet Plume and how can eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators keep bathrooms from getting people sick ?

What is Toilet Plume? Toilet plume occurs when the force of flushing the toilet sprays microscopic particles into the air. A study conducted by The CDC demonstrated that potentially infectious aerosols may be produced in substantial quantities during flushing. Aerosolization can continue through multiple flushes and may expose subsequent toilet users. Some of the aerosols desiccate to become droplet nuclei and remain adrift in the air currents. Research suggests that toilet plume could play a contributory role in the transmission of [...]

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The Newbury at 250 East 87th Street, New York, NY

eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators (CAR’s) were installed at The Newbury, 250 East 87th Street, NYC. Manually balancing ventilation system is labor intensive and costly. Over ventilation will lead to increased energy cost, while under ventilation will lead to poor indoor air quality. Installing eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators is an economical, efficient, and easy solution to automatically balance ventilation systems, mitigate stack effect, maintain constant airflow, save energy and improve indoor air quality. The Newbury, a 30-story apartment building was an early and important high-rise [...]

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Evergreen Village, 12523 Auburn Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Evergreen Village located at 12523 Auburn Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana will feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators. Evergreen Village is a new affordable assistant living community designed to serve older adults. This multimillion-dollar development, composed of three-story building with studio and one-bedroom apartments, will open in the summer of 2020. eFlow- Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs) are UL Classified devices that automatically adjust to environmental changes in stack pressure and precisely regulate airflow in ventilation systems to specified levels. Installing eFlow-CARs eliminates Stack Effect,  [...]

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The Ed Sullivan Theater, New York, NY

The Ed Sullivan Theater is a historic Landmark located at 1697-1699 Broadway in Manhattan, New York.  The theater is a 13-story, brown brick office building with a ground-floor designated to theater.  It was designed by architect Herbert Krapp and built by Arthur Hammerstein.  The theater opened its doors on November 30, 1927. The theater is currently home to CBS’ late night talk show, The Late Show. In 2015 the landmark theater underwent a $18 million restoration. Despite this massive restoration [...]

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