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Higher Education

Aircuity provides universities a healthier indoor environment, deep energy savings, reduced operating expenses and carbon footprint plus smaller deferred maintenance backlogs. Actionable analytics related to building performance, energy savings and occupant behavior can be used by multiple groups across campus, including environmental health & safety personnel, energy managers and facilities professionals.

Energy Savings

Installing Aircuity as a program typically results in an IRR of 40-60% and a payback of less than 3 years.

Reduced Deferred Maintenance

Savings can fund other projects, such as upgrading lab controls.

Healthier and More Productive

US EPA studies show the level of indoor pollutants is 2-5x higher than that of outdoor levels, and air quality is directly linked to cognitive performance.

Did You Know?

  • 1

    Aircuity is the core component of Smart Labs, which is supported by the DOE’s Smart Lab Accelerator.

  • 2

    Research has shown the effects that a building environment can have on employee productivity and health. Emerging standards, such as WELL and RESET, are working to address the levels of TVOCs and Particles in the built environment.

  • 3

    Aircuity can turn your lab into a safety machine and significantly reduce your workers’ compensation rate. The total impact can be 3-5x the impact of energy savings alone.

Sampling of Clients

Leading universities around the world choose Aircuity.

Lbs of CO2 Saved Annually

Case Studies

Ivy League University

Aircuity Measures and Manages Critical Parameters Verifying a Healthy Building for Occupants.

University of California, Irvine

Significant Energy Savings through Smart Lab Design and Demand Control Ventilation.

Michigan State University

As the Basis of MSU’s Safe Sustainable Labs Concept Aircuity Saves Energy while Enhancing the Protection of Lab Occupants.

Northwestern University

Airside energy efficiency plays a key role in strategic vision for campus facilities.

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