Aircuity Releases New Video Detailing its Healthy Building Ventilation Strategy for Commercial Office, Higher Ed and K-12 Clients to Get Occupants Back Working and Learning Safely

Healthy buildings start with a platform to measure and manage air quality

NEWTON, Mass., USA – Aircuity, creator of measurably better environments, announces a new video to help building owners and operators create a healthy environment for returning occupants safely. Research shows that buildings with poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) – inadequate ventilation, filtration or humidity control – can promote the spread of airborne bacterial or viral infections. The video walks through everything to know about a holistic approach to achieving and maintaining a healthy building (offices and learning & gathering environments), which starts with a platform to measure, manage and communicate air quality.

“It takes a combination of technologies strategically implemented to have a healthy air quality, but you can’t manage what you don’t measure and you need to measure to know exactly what is going on in the space. This year we are celebrating our 20th anniversary in optimizing ventilation based on multiple air quality parameters and the knowledge we gained over that time allows us to today be the gold standard in accurate, reliable sensing and control. We have been doing this in critical lab and operating environments for decades and implemented the multi-parameter demand office system in 2007,” said Aircuity CEO, Dan Diehl.

The Aircuity platform also has the distinction of using patented technology and an in-house calibration laboratory to ensure accuracy of sensing and the best life cycle cost over other discrete sensing. Intuitive analytics provided through Aircuity serves as a single point of reliable IAQ information for all building constituents — owners, operators and occupants. To learn more view the new video here:

Aircuity is the 20-year leader optimizing ventilation through its patented indoor air quality (IAQ) platform, improving the air quality for occupants. As a result, commercial, institutional and lab building owners can protect occupants, improve employee productivity and wellness, lower operating costs, and verifiably reduce energy use by as much as 60 percent. Headquartered in Newton, MA, Aircuity’s solutions have benefited organizations such as Google, Amazon, SUNY, Eli Lilly, Durst Organization, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of California-Irvine. For additional information on the company and its solutions, please visit:

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