Indoor air pressure indicates the force exerted by air in a confined space, with changes typically taking place too slowly to notice. Without strict controls, the pressure within a room can be constantly shifting, as air moves in and out.
Many medical spaces like operating rooms, isolation rooms, and research facilities need to remain under negative pressure to avoid cross-contamination of dangerous airborne particles. The introduction of new unfiltered air can potentially carry contaminants like the COVID-19 virus and other germs.
Managing air pressure within a commercial building can be just as crucial. Copy rooms, cleaning supply areas, and other spaces that contain chemicals or toxins should all be kept under negative pressure to prevent unsafe particles from entering living areas or workspaces.
Poorly managed air pressure within a building can also result in the development of drafts, hot and cold spots, as well as extreme humidity levels. This can create uncomfortable environments for your occupants and force business owners to use more energy than necessary.
Monitoring systems that include indoor air pressure sensors can help hospitals and other buildings reduce the spread of infectious diseases, as well as isolate air quality issues to a single area.
Airsset can help you monitor important indoor air quality (IAQ) factors like air pressure. With your Airsset device, you’ll have an air pressure sensor built right into your IAQ system. Your device will also provide you with alerts and access to an easy-to-use online dashboard to help you better understand your data and take action when you need to.
Connect one of our selected air quality devices to your wifi and a power source.
Know in real time about your space. Don’t worry, our experts are also looking at your data.
Combine insights and indoor air solutions to improve your spaces.
Airsset’s indoor air quality dashboards allow you to identify IAQ issues right away. No more wasted time or resources running inefficient systems or looking into problems. Armed with more data, you can resolve issues within your space faster.
Know when it’s time to take action – even for something as small as opening a window. Custom alerts can also notify you of the big stuff, like if there’s a major health or virus risk in your space. Alerts can be configured per device for a single workspace or throughout your entire building.
Our team of advisors will provide monthly reporting and recommendations based on the data that your device collects. You can use this information to improve your indoor air quality, save on energy, or cut costs by adjusting your building control or HVAC systems.