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Getting Safely Back to Work and Learning

27.08.2020, 14:28

Getting Safely Back to Work and Learning

A new video from Aircuity considers healthy building ventilation strategies for commercial offices, higher and K-12 educational facilities.

 

The video will help building owners and operators create a healthy environment for returning occupants safely.

 

Research shows that buildings with poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) – inadequate ventilation, filtration or humidity control – can promote the spread of airborne bacterial or viral infections. The video walks through everything to know about a holistic approach to achieving and maintaining a healthy building (offices and learning & gathering environments), which starts with a platform to measure, manage and communicate air quality.

 

Aircuity CEO, Dan Diehl, explains: “It takes a combination of technologies strategically implemented to have a healthy air quality, but you can’t manage what you don’t measure and you need to measure to know exactly what is going on in the space.

 

“This year we are celebrating our 20th anniversary in optimizing ventilation based on multiple air quality parameters and the knowledge we gained over that time allows us to today be the gold standard in accurate, reliable sensing and control.” 

Visit www.aircuity.com/blog/creating-a-healthy-commercial-office-building/.

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FMIndustry.com covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.
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