University testing use of copper to improve IAQ
According to the story, Charles Feigley, a University of South Carolina professor of environmental health sciences, is leading the experiment to determine whether replacing aluminum heat exchangers with copper ones in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems will produce fewer bacteria, improving indoor air quality and reducing illness.
Luvata designed and produced 12 copper and aluminum exchangers for the experiment and the
Feigley said that the
While results from the experiment will start coming in this week, the experiment will not be completed for a few months, the story added.