In the 1970s, many buildings responded to oil shortages with new ways to save energy, like recirculating air. Yet at the time, this had unexpected consequences for the health of people inside by recirculating pollution, mold or microbes.
Since then, we’ve shown you can do both – improve efficiency and health. Find out how healthy buildings help your people and your bottom line thrive.
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Hit your humidity target: 40-60%. In that range, you’ll decrease occupant exposure to infectious particles and reduce virus transmission.
Improve indoor air quality: Proper air exchange can dispel odors, chemicals and CO2, while balancing energy use and reducing disease transmission.
Effective filtration is essential for air quality: From pollutants to microbes, remove particles to clean recirculated and outdoor air.
The right temperatures improve health as well as confidence and productivity. Catch issues before people notice with mobile data and alerts.
Isolate parts of a building using pressure control. This also helps prevent pathogens from entering specific areas.
Your security system can track other safety concerns like risky activity and behaviors. Get alerted when optimal conditions aren’t being met.
The right sensors and analysis can precisely monitor when and how your site is used – and then guide people to the free spaces they need.
Mental health is an essential part of overall health and productivity. Give occupants confidence with the data to prove your site’s health.
Historic retrofits. New construction. Iconic, one-of-a-kind buildings and critical infrastructure like hospitals, airports or utilities.
We know your building because we’re part of your community, helping millions of buildings around the world. And we’re ready to help you too.