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Laboratory Control Banding as a Standalone Measure…What the Data Reveals

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
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Western wildfires having big impact on indoor air quality across the country

Unfortunately it appears that large wildfires out west and other parts of the world are increasing in frequency. These fires not only make the outside air in the
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Constant Volume Ventilation Is Not a Safe Choice

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
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Aircuity Helps Validate Healthy Air for Teachers’ Union

As a company headquartered in New England, we’re always pleased when we have the chance to partner with local organizations. That’s why we were proud to install the
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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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