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Indoor Air Quality Management

Indoor Air Quality Management (IAQM) is an essential process to determine the level of contaminants present in indoor air and predictively and proactively optimize airflow while minimizing wasted energy costs via occupancy sensors, modelling and air quality data, demand control ventilation, outside air economizing, and other tools.

The average person spends 90% of their day indoors. Given the proven negative effects of poor IAQ, Installing an IAQM system is one of the easiest investments a building owner or facility manager can make. Buildings with poor IAQM tools are prone to sick building syndrome, occupant complaints, high occupant turnover rates, and illness. Poor indoor air quality has also been shown in repeated studies to limit cognitive performance—as anyone who has felt sleepy on a stuffy airplane can attest—and workplace productivity as a result.

To find out more about the 75F products we carry, contact our specialist at (405) 233-3114.

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