Ventilation

IAQ Ventilation has developed the Healthy Buildings Scorecard to promote industry best practices in indoor air quality across residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released a free online tool that can provide building professionals with CO2 readings.

JLL will acquire Envio Systems (Envio), a Berlin-based technology company that delivers more efficient and sustainable building operations.

Daikin Applied Americas president & CEO, Mike Schwartz, will retire at the end of August.

Mitsubishi Electric Australia celebrated its annual Diamond Dealer Awards last weekend at Daydream Island in Queensland.

AIRAH has launched the second edition of its Salary Survey to benchmark industry wages and forecast trends in employment.

Daikin has released its new slimline outdoor air processing unit which offers greater application flexibility and a significant reduction in total system costs.

Leading members of NSW universities, industry and government have met at Western Sydney University to officially launch the Operational Network of Air Quality Impact Resources (OPENAIR) program.

Monash University has undertaken research to examine the health and wellness benefits of installing air purification systems on buses and other forms of public transport.

HVAC systems consume 39 per cent of the energy used in a commercial building, but good HVAC design has the potential to deliver big savings.

Daikin Europe has invested $A19.57 million (13 million euros) to start the production of VRV systems at its Turkish factory.

RectorSeal and Dust Free jointly announced the release of the IAQ3 strategy for residential and commercial environments.

The Gap Cubbyhouse Montessori in Brisbane has implemented an IAQ solution from Australian companies Thinxtra and Zeplin.

Condair, has installed a high pressure humidification system to help protect the flora and fauna inside The Green Planet biodome in Dubai.

Ahmedabad-based environment monitoring technology solutions provider, Oizom, has launched AQBot an industrial-grade, single-parameter air quality monitoring device.

Ordinary potted house plants can potentially make a significant contribution to reducing air pollution in homes and offices.