Introduction: Aircuity’s Exhaust Fan Control approach operates the lab’s exhaust fans in a variable volume mode when the exhaust stream is “clean” but automatically switches them to a
June 30, 2020
Learn about the importance of particles in a healthy building strategy by watching this short video.
Check out this recently release study by Harvard University: A national study on long-term exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States
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May 11, 2020
If you missed the Webinar by IWBI’s Dr. Gray and Angela Spangler check it out now.
If you missed our webinar with Aircuity’s Applications Engineer, Mike Leach, you can listen in now: Topic: Designing with Aircuity, layout and mechanical considerations Watch:
April 8, 2020
We have been getting a lot of questions on how Aircuity’s platform can assist to create healthier buildings in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Aircuity’s proven solution has
March 24, 2020
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.
January 9, 2020
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
December 3, 2019
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
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
$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
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