Johnson Controls Commits to Preventing Spread of COVID-19
MILWAUKEE — Though guidance around the transmission of COVID-19 continues to evolve, experts agree that indoor air quality (IAQ) should be a top priority. Johnson Controls is committed to helping create spaces that put people at ease.
A healthy and safe environment starts with a holistic approach that encompasses a building’s HVACR infrastructure. To do this, Johnson Controls can help building owners and operators identify strategies to increase outdoor air circulation, filtration options to provide better air quality, optimal temperature settings to slow the flow of airborne pathogens and the use of ultraviolet C (UV-C) lighting solutions to kill viral organisms.
“Keeping people safe and secure in buildings has always been at the heart of our mission for 135 years,” said Mike Ellis, executive vice president and chief digital & customer officer, Johnson Controls. “The new normal means being prepared for the unexpected.”