Precision AirConvey Receives AIA Approval for Educational Program

Precision AirConvey (PAC) has recently been approved for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) educational program for Pneumatic Waste and Linen Conveying Systems.  This accredited course will educate design and construction professionals on the benefits, design and implementation of Pneumatic Waste and Linen Conveying Systems as a solution to complex waste handling challenges.

The course will address patient safety and staff efficiencies through automated handling of waste, recycling and soiled linens.  This program will also expand attendees understanding of system capabilities, system components, architectural and application perimeters and technological advancements. The course will provide 1 LU/HSW for participating AIA members.

In addition, Dean Herbstreit, national sales manager, recently became a National Allied Individual member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Membership in AIA signifies that you adhere to a professional code of ethics and share a common goal to build a better world for all people and is important to clients, peers and partner architecture firms.

Contact Dean to learn more about Pneumatic Waste & Linen Conveying Systems and how they streamline the collection, transport and removal of waste and linen. The system can transport waste from user levels or from the base of a gravity chute directly to the soiled dock or linen staging area to eliminate intermediate waste staging space, remove infectious materials from corridors and elevators, decrease elevator requirements, reduce staff injuries and increase profitability by reducing FTE’s, workers compensation claims and infection rates.

PAC is recognized as the global authority in pneumatic conveying technology. PAC designs, manufactures, installs and maintains pneumatic conveying systems that automatically transport waste, recycling and soiled linens from multiple points in a facility to central, remote locations. With a stellar reputation for high quality and conveying expertise, PAC has provided systems and equipment to more than 10,000 customers on five continents since its founding in 1973. PAC is providing quality systems to the world’s largest corporations including The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Kimberly-Clark, DuPont, 3M, Procter & Gamble, JPMorgan Chase, New York Life and W.L. Gore.