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Solve any building air quality problemA complete reference for the design of air filtration systems and HVAC systems used in homes, schools, hospitals, laboratories, or animal facilities, this book offers complete descriptions of each of the major technologies currently used for air disinfection. Each subject, chemical or microbial, is treated in sufficient detail to allow the design of these components to solve specific building air quality problems. Design solutions for control of gases and odors Recommended technologies and methods to combat biological terrorist weapons in HVAC systems Diagnosis of air quality problems Complete airborne pathogen database for the identification of infection risk
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Władysław Kowalski (26 August 1894 – 14 December 1958) was a Polish communist politician, who served as Sejm Marshal during the first Sejm of the Communist Poland (1947–1952) and, ex officio, as the head of state (Acting President of the State National Council) for one day (4–5 February 1947).
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