How To Approach Insulation And Duct ContaminationJulian Arhire
December 20, 2011 — 235 views
Let's look at what we do know. First, insulation in ducts provides noise control - and this is an important consideration. Air quality isn't the only thing that affects the indoor environment; noise is an important issue as well, and excess noise can lead to a general dissatisfaction with IEQ (Indoor Environmental Quality), which people often confuse with poor indoor air quality. Also, it is clear that any sufficiently wet and dirty surface can support microbial growth. However, it's not so clear that this entails an attitude that there's no difference in what you use in ducts.