About John Van Adrichem
Participant at the first Harvard School of Public Health 2 week seminar on Engineering Methods to reduce Airbourne infection.
Mechanical Engineer with creditadation by ASHRAE as Health care Facility Design Professional
Past Vice President of Engineering, L2B ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INC., Barrie Ontario Canada.
Currently PRESIDENT of "Van 'A' Engineering & Associates Ltd." New Lowell ON< Canada specializing in design and application of HVAC air systems technologies to improve residential and industrial environments with a full range of mechanical and electrical engineering consulting services.
We have designed numerous HVAC AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY SYSTEMS with installations in Hospitals, Homeless Shelters, Bakeries, and schools in Canada.
Member of ASHRAE
Harvard Airborne IC Course Participant
Role(s) / Profession(s)
L2B Environmental Systems Inc.
Website: http://www.L2Binc.com/ Type: For-Profit Organization Country: Canada About: L2B Environmental Systems Inc is a Canadian company specializing in R&D and manufacturing of in-door air quality (IAQ) ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) air purification products for residential and commercial applications. We provide consulting engineering services in Healthcare, Commercial and Institutional sectors offering innovative HVAC and UVGI solutions to meet or exceed today’s requirements for a safe and healthy indoor environment.
- [ARCHIVED] Connected Health for Providers: Information Technologies to Improve Health Care Delivery
- Health IT
- Improving Equity through Health IT in the US and Internationally
- [ARCHIVED] Lessons Learned in India: E-Compliance for TB Treatment by Operation ASHA
- [ARCHIVED] Managing Health Care Delivery: Your expertise
- TB Infection Control
- [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care
John Van Adrichem replied to "Bacticlean Units - Installation of UV lights at Princess Marina Hospital TB wards, Botswana"
John Van Adrichem started a discussion "In-Room Recirculating UVGI Air Disinfection: Measuring and testing efficacy of UVGI systems"