Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. air-quality articles below.
The AG900 was specifically engineered to help with airborne infection control at hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities, and recent testing data results reveal up to 99.999% virus reduction capabilities.
The C-Series Fabric Diffuser offers a 360° air distribution solution for HVAC systems, providing facilities with precise, directional control of their indoor airflow system.
To help building managers evaluate air quality and navigate how to improve it, Trane offers the Trane Indoor Air Quality Assessment.
The AtlasIED SHS Clean Room Speaker Cover is designed to help hospitals, manufacturing, and other establishments minimize the spread of dust and other particles that can pass into the air through speaker grills.
The Carbon Dioxide sensor module for SE8000 Series Room Controllers helps facility managers make changes to air quality to improve occupant comfort and create opportunities for energy savings.
Environmental monitoring can detect emergencies and allow buildings to communicate with their operators, preventing minor issues from becoming disasters.
DirectSense II smart probes are user configurable IAQ and toxic gas probes that accommodate from two to eight plug-and-play smart sensors into a single hand-held, desktop, or wall-mounted housing.
The Purilite Light-Shield decontaminating lamp will bring better hygiene to vehicles, improving air quality and enhancing worker safety in the process.
The MiniPID 2 HS is capable of detecting trace levels of VOCs over a long period of time, making it suitable for indoor air quality monitoring applications.
Infrastructure initiatives will intensify, grids will get smarter, and renewables will remain all the rage, TRC’s experts predict.
A environmental sensor-based system that provides monitoring and alerting services for the mechanical spaces of buildings.
A report from global firm Arup examines impacts of vegetation on the building envelope in cities. Is it more than "architectural window dressing?"
Several recently released products aimed at improving indoor air quality are highlighted.
The year old initiative monitors air quality surrounding a selection of schools around the United States.
For FM Frequency Columnist Jeff Crane, 2006 begins with more advice on keeping your building pressure right where it belongs.