Indoor Air Quality for Funeral Homes and Mortuaries Funeral homes and mortuaries have unique challenges when it comes to maintaining indoor air quality.

Substances that funeral directors, morticians, undertakers, mortuary custodians, and funeral service professionals come in contact with on a regular basis are highly toxic. Formaldehyde, phosphine gas, glutaraldehyde and aerosolized contaminants can create serious long term and short term health concerns.

The chemical with the highest concern is formaldehyde. Because it’s a gas that vaporizes at room temperature, it’s easily and unnoticeably inhaled. The EPA and Health Canada both classify this chemical as a probable human carcinogen that’s proven to produce cancer in laboratory animals. Even tiny amounts of this gas can accumulate and become a serious health threat over time.

Signs of irritation from formaldehyde include:

  •  irritated eyes, nose or throat
  •  breathing difficulties and coughing
  • tightness in the chest
  • headaches Can your funeral home or mortuary be made even cleaner, safer and more comforting?

The second most concerning chemical that funeral home and mortuary personnel can be exposed to is glutaraldehyde. Signs of irritation from glutaraldehyde include:

  • lung and throat irritation
  • drowsiness
  • dizziness
  • wheezing
  • burning eyes
  • bronchitis

Is your current ventilation system in your funeral home or mortuary effectively filtering the toxic chemicals in the air?

HEPA filtration and UV lighting can be used to supplement the air purification system you already have in place. We have a selection of portable and effective air filters and air purifiers that can accommodate the special needs of funeral homes and mortuaries, including protection from bacteria and viruses. It’s a unique challenge but the cost of not investing in cleaner air can have permanent effects on the people that work there and your clients and their families.

Schedule a free estimate or maintenance appointment with us today. We can offer you a range of options depending on your system, needs and budget.

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