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The International Institute for Sustainable Labs recently published a peer-reviewed best practice guide on the benefits of using “demand-based control” (DBC). The guide reviews laboratory airflow drivers, the
September 28, 2021
We are constantly talking with customers about best practices in lab ventilation design. One topic that comes up with prospective customers is whether the practice of implementing Laboratory
August 10, 2021
Aircuity’s founder, Gordon Sharp, gives an overview of how to use the ROI tool to calculate system diversity/peak capacity requirements in a lab.
May 13, 2021
Recently a client was comparing Aircuity to a constant volume 6 air changes per hour (ACH) design for a new lab building. As we know from our 20
December 3, 2020
We are sometimes asked if Aircuity senses Formaldehyde. While Aircuity does not sense it directly, TVOC’s can typically be used as a proxy for formaldehyde since it often
October 21, 2020
In our first installment in this series of posts, we introduced you to several of the complex challenges inherent with indoor air quality (IAQ) monitoring. These challenges are
Aircuity has been creating healthy indoor environments for over 20 years. There are several parts of the system that are patented and unique. One of these is Aircuity’s
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
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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.
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