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Commercial Office

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NEREJ – A New Look at Airside Economizers

Aircuity is developing a unique solution to the issues surrounding traditional methods of providing an economizer lockout function.

Associations of Cognitive Function Scores with CO2, Ventilation and VOC Exposures in Office Workers

A Controlled Exposure Study of Green and Conventional Office Environments.

Government

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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.

Crime Lab Deconstruction

The design of Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory included detailed pressure mapping to provide simple, effortless pressure control between many zones.

Healthcare

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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.

ALN Magazine – Dynamic Variation of Lab Air Change Rates

A new approach to saving energy and enhancing safety.

Higher Education

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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.

Life Sciences

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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.

ALN Magazine – Dynamic Variation of Lab Air Change Rates

A new approach to saving energy and enhancing safety.

Maintaining Quality and Reducing Energy in Research Animal Facilities

Laboratory Animal facilities need to make careful choices in design, equipment and working practices to create a more sustainable working environment.

ALN Magazine – Going Green Times Four

With the ever-increasing need to reduce energy to save operational funds and lower greenhouse gas emissions, labs are taking center stage in the sustainability action plans of universities, pharmaceutical and life science companies and federal research organizations.

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