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DriSteem to host webinar to address role of humidity in reducing airborne virus transmission

05 June 2020

Webinar will address the role of humidity in reducing airborne virus transmission for HVAC and will consult engineers throughout Europe.

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The webinar will be presented by DriSteem’s Global Business Development leader, Duncan Curd.

The discussion will focus on how maintaining relative humidity between 40 and 60% RH, as recommended by healthcare experts, decreases the amount and infectivity of viruses in the air, resulting in fewer respiratory infections among building occupants. The audience focus is fit for anyone involved in the design, specification, installation, or maintenance of HVAC systems and consulting engineers.

The webinar will take place Tuesday, 16 June 2020, at 2:00 PM CEST (Europe).

The webinar is free to all, however, it does require registration.  Please register here:

“In an unprecedented time with a pandemic dictating so much of how we do things, it is important for people to understand ways that businesses can keep employees and customers safe and healthy.  We are pleased to offer this free webinar addressing the role that humidity plays in reducing virus transmission,” said Jennifer Montville, DriSteem Director of Marketing.

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