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Aircuity Monitor: March 2020

INTRODUCING AIRCUITY'S NEW WEBSITE

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As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, Aircuity has launched a fully redesigned website. If you haven't seen it yet we encourage you to check it out. 

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UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH: CLAPP HALL RENOVATION AWARDED LEED SILVER 

The University of Pittsburgh's Clapp Hall renovation has been awarded a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification, with Aircuity contributing towards the points required.

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MYTH OF THE MONTH: Metal oxide sensors are a good indication of TVOCs.

BUSTED: Metal Oxide sensors are a very high level and broad range of only a small portion of TVOCs.  Aircuity implements both MOS and PID sensors for all lab DCV projects and for most WELL/RESET projects as it provides a far more accurate representation of TVOCs.  Metal Oxide sensors typically have more drift and inaccuracies than calibrated PIDs and will miss a large percentage of TVOCs when utilized in a lab DCV application.  This is a critical point for lab DCV applications.

I2SL 2020

Have something to say about sustainable laboratories? Speak! The 2020 I²SL Annual Conference, October 4-7 in Chicago, will feature topics for designers, builders, managers, users, and operators—so submit an abstract by March 6, 2020. I2SL Members have until March 13th to submit an abstract. We’ll see you in Chicago!
http://i2sl.org/conference/2020/call.html

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