Celebrating Inventors Day with Ti-DOX

February 11th marks National Inventors Day and at Ti-DOX we know something about a good invention! To celebrate, we interviewed Ti-DOX Vice President Reinhard Schuetz, P. Eng. to find out how he came to create the HydroxylizAire technology. It turns out the seeds of it started over 20 years ago in the petroleum industry. Working […]

What you can do about airborne viruses

Back in April of 2021, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) issued a statement saying that airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus is significant and that changes to the operation of heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems can reduce airborne exposure. This was important because earlier in the pandemic, both the […]

What you should know about ventilation

We can’t all be experts on everything. However, with indoor air quality more important now than ever, there are a few things that everyone should know about ventilation. Ventilation is a method to control Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), but it does not prevent airborne germ and chemical distribution. It simply mixes outdoor air into buildings […]

Give the gift of clean air

The holiday season has arrived, and it’s time to start shopping for loved ones. While gift giving can be a ton of fun, it can also be tricky to find that trendy or unique gift for everyone each year. (And you can only give so many throw blankets and coffee mugs) So this year we […]

Protect Yourself from Wildfire Smoke

We’ve all seen that eerily orange sun or smelled campfire smoke in the middle of downtown. No, there’s not a bonfire going on in the city – wildfire season is here. And with it brings poor quality, smoky air that can drift thousands of kilometres away. Health Concerns Smoke can cause common symptoms such as […]

6 household chemicals to avoid

People spend about 90% of their time indoors, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). That means your indoor air quality (IAQ), whether at work or at home, is extremely important to your health. And you might not even be aware that IAQ […]

Are you cooking up more than dinner?

With restaurants closed to in-person dining, you are probably cooking at home more than ever before. And while that may be positive news for your bank account or your waistline, cooking at home can have negative effects on your respiratory health. The process of cooking on any kind of heat source can release particles in […]