Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Remodels, Selects JPL’s AMBlue II Antimicrobial Flex Duct

The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory has selected JPL’s AMBlue II as the flex duct of choice for its interior renewal project. The latest phase of the interior renewal project took place in April and May of this year, at the Johns Hopkins APL campus in Laurel, Maryland. JPL distributor Northeastern Supply, Inc. of Baltimore, Maryland supplied approximately 2,000’ of AMBlue II for the project. Mechanical contractor James A. Quick, Inc. of Forest Hill, Maryland, was in charge of the installation.

JPL was the first manufacturer to introduce an insulated flexible air duct specifically designed to resist the formation of mold, fungi, and mildew on the airstream surface of air distribution systems. AMBlue II is treated with Agion®, a naturally occurring silver antimicrobial agent. Agion® is EPA registered for use in heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. AMBlue II is Underwriters Laboratories Listed and Labeled, and listed by Greenguard as highly mold resistant. AMBlue II is the high-quality, well-engineered and designed flex duct, that fights mold, fungi and mildew, and provides real results.


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