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Why Do Labs Need Aircuity vs Discrete Sensing?

By: Gordon Sharp Laboratory environments that typically have life safety repercussions have unique requirements that preclude the use of discrete sensors and systems for demand based airflow control.
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Ventilation Like It’s 1978

By Tom Kolsun, Strategic Accounts Manager Why would you care? Health Did you know that humans breathe over 11,000 liters of air a day? Your staff and students
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Improving the Efficiency of Lab Ventilation Systems

According to the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories, labs typically have 5 to 10 times the energy and carbon footprint of a comparatively sized office building — largely
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Wilde Lake Middle School and the Aircuity System

Wilde Lake Middle School and the Aircuity System: Reliable DCV for a Net Zero Project Howard County Public Schools in Maryland set out to construct a new, net
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Data Uncovers Additional Savings Opportunities

$124K Per Year Energy Savings; Data Uncovers Additional Savings Opportunities Georgetown University in Washington, DC, one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, recently implemented Demand Control
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University Health Network

University Health Network (UHN), Canada’s largest research hospital first installed Aircuity in the Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower (PMCRT). The platform’s DCV control of the labs’ supply air
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The Rapidly Growing WELL Building Standard

The rapidly growing WELL Building Standard explores how design, operations and behaviors within the places where we live, work, learn and play can be optimized to advance human
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