Ventilation

The pandemic has elevated indoor air quality to the forefront of buying decisions which is why smart manufacturers are utilising technology to create environments that are clean and safe.

DRI-STEEM Corporation has added a new humidistat option with BACnet capability to their expanding catalogue of products.

Unico Incorporated, has appointed business consultant, Leigh Risbey, as its representative to Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Singapore.

With uncertain times ahead, Holyoake brings a sense of surety with the introduction of an Australian manufactured, eco-friendly product that provides clean, energy-efficient air.

Johnson Controls is planning a global launch of OpenBlue Indoor Air Quality as a Service later this month.

Panasonic has released a floor-standing air purifier for the Australian market which features the company’s unique nanoeX technology.

Honeywell has released a new, user-friendly monitor that alerts users when indoor air conditions present an increased risk of potentially transmitting airborne viruses.

Mitsubishi Electric has launched the MA-E85R air purifier and the MJ-EV38HR dehumidifier.

Canstar Blue has just released the 2021 Customer Satisfaction Awards for dehumidifiers and air purifiers with the Philips brand taking out the top spot.

Unlike filtration materials that are sprayed or otherwise treated with similar additives, the antimicrobial ion carriers are embedded into PuraWard fibres.

Testo recognises that CO₂ has a direct influence on how comfortable people feel in their workspace.

The United States government will provide funding to help schools retrofit their heating, ventilation and cooling systems to create cleaner air to reduce airborne illnesses.

Coventry University research finds classroom ventilation inadequate to combat COVID-19.

DriSteem has appointed DEHUM as its new distributor for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and Fiji.

The nature of evaporative cooling perfectly suits the requirements of a data centre’s climatic operating window.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has introduced new air quality guidelines which are applicable to both outdoor and indoor environments.