Aircuity Resources

Explore our library of articles, case studies, white papers, and more!

Higher Education

Article

R&D Magazine – Airing Out Laboratory HVAC

A look at how energy savings can be achieved with accurate, intelligent solutions in laboratory applications.

R&D Magazine – 2010 Laboratory of The Year

The Chicago Botanic Garden at The Plant Conservation Science Center was selected as the "2010 Lab of the Year" in R&D Magazine's annual competition.

R&D Magazine – 2010 Laboratory of The Year Honorable Mention

Texas Children's Hospital defies gravity to renovate and expand their facility to create the Feigin Center – featuring 12 floors of laboratory research and development space.

Today's Facility Manager – Using Smart and Healthy Ventilation to Improve Your Building's Energy Efficiency

Recent research indicates that buildings are responsible for roughly 40% of global energy consumption. Incorporating "green" building technology within your facility can alleviate the strain on our environment. Learn why Aircuity is focused on smart and healthy ventilation.

ASHRAE Journal – Demand-Based Control of Lab Air Change Rates

Achieving the safe reduction or variation of air change rates in labs and vivariums can represent the greatest single approach for reducing their energy consumption and carbon footprint.

ASHRAE First Place Educational Facilities: Low Energy Science Building

Most science buildings consume a lot of energy. But, the Davis Building at the University of Findlay has a site EUI of only 64 kBtu/sq.ft (202 kWh/m2), which is significantly lower than most similar buildings that include labs with many fume hoods.

Case Study

Press Release

Success Brief

California Community College Network

Energy Efficiency projects have become a wide spread initiative among the higher education market.

Masdar Institute of Science and Technology

Aircuity provides a campus-wide solution for lower energy and reduced carbon emissions.

University of California – Irvine

Laboratories consume 2/3 of the total energy used on a college campus.

White Paper

OptiNet Applications – Dynamic Variation of Lab Air Change Rates

An in depth look at a unique sensing technology that makes varying air change rates a solution that works.

OptiNet Applications – A Healthier, More Energy Efficient Approach to Demand Control Ventilation

Identifying the underlying issues around the concept of DCV is how Aircuity's technology came to life. A multi-parameter approach is the answer to providing a healthy indoor environment.

OptiNet Applications – A Review of the Unique Requirements for Facility Monitoring System

To successfully and cost effectively enable energy savings applications such as demand controlled ventilation and differential enthalpy economizer control, a multi-parameter, multiple location, facility monitoring system should be deployed and at least meet the requirements described within this white paper.

Labs 21 Technical Bulletin – Laboratory Centralized DCV System Increases Energy Efficiency in Pilot Study

A centralized demand-controlled ventilation (CDCV) is a technological approach that uses a centralized suite of pollutant sensors to provide DCV.

Sustainability Action Plan Report

Pioritizing Energy Efficiency Iniatives

Energy Efficiency of a Large Animal Vivarium: A University of Houston Research Study

Researchers at the University of Houston analyzed the conditions in two non-human primate vivaria when ventilation was run at both constant volume and when using Aircuity's demand control ventilation (DCV) solution. During the 60 day period ventilation rates along with temperature, relative humidity, TVOCs, CO2 and particle levels were monitored.

Contact Us

Find out the energy savings potential for your facility.