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Of Our Time Is Spent Inside Buildings
That's Where We Need Clean Air Most

Safely Getting Back In Buildings Means Creating Cleaner Indoor Air

In order to make indoor air cleaner we're going to have to optimize the way we operate and maintain our cooling and heating systems.

This means deploying sensors and real-time monitors to calibrate our systems to help improve indoor air quality and re-capture energy efficiency losses.

Measuring and verifying performance is among the best ways to produce meaningful results, while blind advice just wastes too much time.

Optimizing indoor air quality should be combined within other evidence-based scientific approaches.

  • LEVERAGING  REAL-TIME HVAC SENSOR DATA  HELPS OPTIMIZE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FOR CLEANER AIR

How Do We Know If The Building Is Safe Right Now?
How Do We Know If The Air Is Clean?

 

Sometimes We're Smart Enough To Look For
Natural Solutions When Real Trouble Comes

Clean Indoor Air Naturally

With Living Machines