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Optimize your HVAC operations to improve occupant safety with Building HealthCheck

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Building HealthCheck monitors your HVAC systems against ASHRAE guidelines to reduce airborne transmission of COVID-19

As people prepare to return to work, building owners must ensure tenants and employees have safe and healthy buildings to come back to. Active intervention and monitoring of HVAC systems is required to reduce the risk of airborne exposures.

SIMPLE TO USE

Remotely monitor and validate key building health metrics with a simple, intuitive dashboard that displays your ventilation, filtration and comfort metrics in a simple red-yellow-green health metrics

EASILY IDENTIFY AREAS OF CONCERN

Receive notifications on critical equipment or sensor malfunctions so that issues can be addressed in a timely manner. Minimize risk of airborne exposures by ensuring ASHRAE recommended strategies are active and operating as planned.

INFORM OCCUPANTS + OWNERS

Provide transparency on continuous system evaluations and building health status to owners and tenants.

COST EFFECTIVE AND EASY TO DEPLOY

Leverage your existing HVAC infrastructure to focus on what matters using technology that’s affordable and quick to deploy.

Building HealthCheck’s 10 point checklist to meet ASHRAE guidelines

Fans are turning on and air is moving in and out of the building during scheduled operating times.

VAV dampers are modulating open and air flow set-points are being maintained during occupancy

Critical sensors required for controlling space comfort and ventilation are accurately reporting environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, pressure, CO2)

Indoor Temperature and Relative Humidity are within acceptable limits during occupancy.

Outside air dampers responsible for controlling fresh air circulation are working properly.

Indoor Carbon Dioxide levels are within acceptable limits during occupancy.

Flush cycles have operated for the minimum time period pre and post occupancy.

Supply air pressure set-points are being maintained during occupancy.

Outside air dampers are opening to deliver the required ventilation during occupancy.

Air handling system filters are not dirty.

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