Aircuity Monitor: October 2017

Today’s blog post comes from the October edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue you’ll learn why turning your air change rates down at night is not a good substitution to using the Aircuity DCV technology. You’ll also read about Michigan State University’s basis for the safe, sustainable labs concept case study and more…

University Cuts HVAC Costs in Half & Allocates Savings to Research Thanks to Aircuity

The following blog post was originally submitted by Aircuity and published in the April edition of Buildings Maintenace & Management of Southern California. This article discusses how universities [the University of Cambridge] can reduce HVAC energy costs by more than half when using Aircuity’s demand control ventilation technology…

September 2017 ASHRAE Journal Digital Edition

September’s ASHRAE Journal includes articles discuss leveraging smart meter data, data centers and disruptive technologies, and effects of low humidity on health. This month’s cover story focuses on the Brock Environmental Center, located in the ecologically sensitive area of the Chesapeake Bay, and it’s design for net zero energy, water, and waste. You won’t want to miss out on this month’s issue…