We’re in search of the most effective ways to improve your air.
Our team of scientists, developers and researchers began with a question:
“How can we live in the 21st century, knowing the dangers of air pollution, and ignore the spaces we spend 90% of our time (indoors)?”
It’s true – our indoor air is often 2-5 times more polluted than our outdoor air, and the EPA suggests indoor air pollution is one of the top 5 environmental dangers affecting public health – increasing disease risk, inhibiting workplace performance and affecting overall wellbeing.
Further, assessing indoor air quality is only half the battle, as HVAC systems play just a large of role in delivering your building clean air. But even as the adoption of air quality monitors, occupancy sensors, and other data-centric solutions rise – one issue remains the same:
“How do we make sense out of this new data, and translate raw readings into actionable steps for improved building health and efficiency?”
We take the most efficient approach to continuous clean air.
The Old Way
Annual air quality testing using a handheld probe leaving gaps in the true status of your indoor health.
Waiting until occupants are affected by poor indoor air quality conditions to resolve them.
Changing filters on a time or condition-based schedule – adding unnecessary labor, material and energy costs.
Fixing HVAC issues like filter sealing or blowout
reactively, after the damage to air quality has
already been done.
Spending countless technician hours diagnosing whether the root cause comes from indoors or the HVAC system.
qlair – Different by design
Air quality is dynamic. Continuous monitoring allows you to track changes based on time, occupancy and building activity.
“No news is good news.” Predictive analytics point you to problem areas in your facility before they affect occupants and operations.
Change filters right on time. Data-driven HVAC maintenance gets you the most out of your filters while ensuring performance.
No need to head to the roof. Monitor HVAC
performance from anywhere and get alerted when something has gone wrong.
Pinpoint the source. Assess, improve and maintain your indoor air quality at the lowest costs and highest upside.