We are blowing away our previous records for attendance! However, I am alarmed about the recent J&J vaccine halting. We need to keep new cases low if our attendance levels are to be preserved. Shields up!
Oh... here's another airflow-related tip: Buy yourself a Coway AP-1216L filter tower for your house (or business). Maybe two.
It is best practice to put a different unit in each of the rooms where you spend the most time, rather than relying upon a one-size-fits-all house unit to sweep everything up.
For the money, the AP-1216L is the best tower on the market. Cheap, quiet, attractively modern, works great, easy to clean, filter lasts a whole year, will display the red ring of death if the air quality drops:
Here's what it sucked out of my office space after a month (this is only the prefilter):
The other day I had contractors installing drywall in the attic. One of the guys left the hallway door cracked and I didn't know it, but the Coway did:
WHUTTT? RED RING? When I saw it, I looked down the hallway into the bedroom and the other one was red too! What was happening? Oh, this was happening:
They had sprayed expanding foam and were trimming it down. The particulates were especially good at redistributing themselves around the house, even through a tiny door crack. Wow. I put on my mask, positioned the towers into the hallway, and let them do the work...
Purple means better.
Back to blue. Ahhhhh.
Great little gizmo. I'd have breathed in a lot more expansion foam had they not warned me.
I won't take up the rest of your Pinside day with airflow stories. Yes, there are more up my sleeve: Mechanical ventilation units, carbon checking (it's worse than you think), HVAC air cleaners, etc. If I ever quit pinball, I might have a second career in HVAC tech. But don't ask me about niche colognes and fragrances. That has become a thing too. :p
OK, long story short, the crowds are back, let's keep the vaccinations going, and get yourself an AP-1216L or two. You will like it a lot.