Buildings are always getting smarter. Automation technologies, advanced data collection, remote building controls, and more have brought us a lot more than just creature comforts. They’re savings facility managers boatloads of money with optimized
Energy costs will quickly sink a facility's budget when consumption is inefficient. For instance, over-ventilating may increase costs without substantially improving indoor air quality, especially if ventilation is set-and-forget throughout the
Adequate fresh air ventilation is a key piece of indoor air quality. In the past, building ventilation was handled in a largely manual fashion and planned around estimates of the maximum occupancy of a space of a certain size. …And, of course,
What is the Indoor Air Quality Standard for Schools? The EPA asserts that “Good IAQ contributes to a favorable environment for students, performance of teachers and staff and a sense of comfort, health and well-being. These elements combine to
Optimized ventilation and improved indoor air quality are key concepts in modern buildings. Over-ventilating increases energy costs, but under-ventilated spaces have other costs…for the safety, health, and comfort of all occupants.
Accurate insights into indoor air quality (IAQ) are central to modern building management. CO2 levels in particular must be carefully monitored and controlled through CO2 sensors and ventilation systems. Poor circulation of indoor air can impact
Whether you’re a project manager, building owner, or installer you know how essential it is to monitor gas emissions in building applications – from parking garages and sally ports to vehicle bays and loading zones. As our population and footprint