SES Upgrades HVAC System to Ionization-Based Air Treatment

 

As part of our ongoing efforts to provide a high-quality work environment, we recently upgraded our HVAC systems in our Omaha Office to include higher grade filtration and ionization-based air treatment, both of which we recommend to our clients as they upgrade their buildings. Both upgrades help reduce the dust and particles in the air throughout our Omaha office. Our building controls system was also updated to monitor the status of the ion generators as well as trend ion levels from the ion sensors. If you have any questions about our recent upgrade or would like to speak with one of our Engineers about upgrading your facility, please contact us.

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