Hart & Cooley, Inc, an industry leader in air distribution systems, is pleased to announce the achievement of the top microbial resistance rating “Highly Microbial Resistant” (level four) for their entire Hart & Cooley and Ameriflex flexible duct systems offering, through the Greenguard Environmental Institute’s (GEI) Microbial Resistance listing program.
The achievement of the Greenguard Microbial Resistance listing in addition to its elite Greenguard Children and Schools certification shows Hart & Cooley’s dedication to creating healthier indoor environments,” says Henning Bloech, GEI’s executive director. “Because flexible air ducts come into contact with every bit of the air we breathe in our homes, hospitals, labs, schools, and offices, the chemicals they emit and their potential for mold growth has a huge impact on the air they circulate.”
HCI’s commitment to safety also includes a third party certification from the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS), which is an organization that oversees a green building rating program especially designed for K-12 schools.
“There is no need to pay more for an anti-microbial product. Our certifications and listings are a testimony to the microbial resistant properties of our flexible duct systems,” says Gary Fisher, vice president of Sales for Hart & Cooley Inc. “Not only do we have two endorsements, we are now also listed in the www.FacilityManagement.com American Schools and Hospital Facilities product directory. This makes our flex duct the most highly certified in the industry.”
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