Aircuity Monitor: May 2019 – Breathe Easy and Bring Your Ventilation Into 2019

Today’s blog post comes from the May edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue, you’ll read a case study about reliable DCV for a net zero school. A recent article in College Planning and Management Magazine featuring Aircuity’s Tom Kolsun regarding updating your building ventilation is also available.

 

Wilde Lake Middle School – Reliable DCV for Net Zero

Wilde Lake Middle School

“Wilde Lake Middle School initially used a combination of occupancy sensors and the Aircuity CO2 readings to control the ventilation in our building. We soon ran into a series of issues with the occupancy sensors. Meanwhile Aircuity validated the sub-ambient indoor CO2 levels that were measured in the classrooms. We have since disabled the occupancy sensors and put our full trust in the accuracy and reliability of our Aircuity system.” – Howard County Public School System Continue reading the complete case study.

College Planning and Management Magazine: IS Your Building Ventilated like it’s 1978?

Ensuring healthy air in your campus facilities contributes to the well being of your students and staff. Aircuity’s Tom Kolsun explains how to breathe easy and bring your ventilation into 2019. Read the article in CPM

For more information about Aircuity and how we can provide you with their demand control ventilation solutions contact us today at 860.291.8886, email Tom Proietti. You can also visit us on the web. Don’t forget to follow us on social media: TwitterLinkedInGoogle+, facebook and YouTube..

Nichole Petersen

Director of Marketing at Flow Tech, Inc.
Nichole joined Flow Tech in 2013 as Director of Marketing. She leads our marketing communication initiatives including content marketing development, coordinating events and training, maintaining our digital presence and recruiting, as well as, some business development and office support. Nichole resides in Vernon with her husband Brian and son Roman. She enjoys hosting parties, cooking and lounging on the beach.
Nichole Petersen

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