Technical Articles

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ATI Airtest Technologies, Inc.


ATI Airtest Technologies, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Air Quality)
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Siemens Building Technology provides the building control solutions for the Seattle School District. The school district has been installing CO2 monitors in gyms, auditoriums and some school... (View Full Article)
(Gas Sensing)
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There are four primary reasons to consider using CO2 sensors in school classrooms. 1. Student Health Considerations CO2 monitoring can ensure that acceptable levels of ventilation for the health and... (View Full Article)
(Air Quality)
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The Coquitlam School District has been able to save $10,000 to $15,000 in annual energy costs for each of its schools by installing CO2 based ventilation control in its Gymnasiums and auditoriums. The... (View Full Article)
(Gas Sensing)
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One sensor should be used for each zone of major occupancy or per air handling device if a number of devices serve a large zone. If occupancy density/patterns/usage are different in two adjacent areas... (View Full Article)
(Gas Sensing)
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This document provides a review of the opportunity available in utilizing AirTest products to provide CO based ventilation control in enclosed parking facilities. It also describes the products... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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The self-calibration algorithm used in all AirTest CO2 sensors targeted for ventilation control in buildings has been used extensively since 1993. This algorithm is called "ABC", which stands for... (View Full Article)
(Gas Sensing)
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The role of CO2 demand controlled ventilation in reducing energy costs in building with high variable occupancy is well known. What is less well known is the role CO2 sensors can play in providing a... (View Full Article)

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