The phrase "soil vapor intrusion" refers to the process by which chemicals move from an underground source into the indoor air of the buildings above.
The chemicals seep into the soil and enter a building though cracks in basement floors and walls or openings around pipes or wires.
As a result of a difference in pressure, a building’s HVAC system can actually draw these chemical vapors into a building.
Electrocorp works with environmental consultants to provide industrial air cleaning solutions for facilities and residential dwellings affected by vapor intrusion.
Contact an Electrocorp air quality representative today for more information on vapor intrusion and our advanced activated carbon filtration systems designed to safely remove chemicals, gases, fumes and odors.