Aircuity: Indoor Air Quality Sensing System

February 1, 2005
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Aircuity Inc. is introducing OptiNetâ„¢, a facility wide sensing system that can validate and optimize green building performance, and also provide an effective solution for energy enhancement measures such as demand-based control ventilation, the company says. OptiNet measures an array of parameters including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, total volatile organic compounds, small particles, temperature, and humidity; analyzes the data; provides scaled outputs for ventilation control; and automatically generates a report, says the company.

Aircuity Inc., 39 Chapel Street, Newton, MA 02458; 617-641-8800; 617.969.3233 (fax); www.aircuity.com.

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