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Carbon Dioxide gas sensor measurements are utilized in Demand Controlled
Ventilation (DCV). The objective in DCV CO2 monitoring is to satisfy the
conflicting requirements of minimum energy consumption of ventilation systems, while simultaneously
maintaining indoor air quality. A balance of both, safe CO2 gas levels and energy
savings, can be maintained as our CO2 gas monitoring system will introduce only as much outside "fresh"
air as is required to ensure a healthy workplace.
A high C02 level along with other pollutants in the occupant area indicates
signs of poor building ventilation. Research shows that proper demand control
ventilation strategies along with CO2 sensor measurements will keep the indoor
air clean and safe for occupant health and comfort.
Areas of Application:
Indoor Sports Arenas,
High Rise Buildings,
Indoor Area Quality,
Demand Controlled Ventilation, and Clean Rooms.
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