CONTINUOUS AIR QUALITY MONITORING
Monitor and control* common indoor pollutants for reduced risk of health concerns
*System can stand alone to provide alerts or integrate into the native BAS to regulate functionality
G2Clean was developed based on RESET Standards for an Air Quality Index (AQI) which creates a structure for the data and analytics produced by continuous AQI monitoring which increases the visibility of health and sustainability concerns in building environments.
Understanding and controlling common indoor pollutants can help reduce the risk of occupant health concerns.
HOW IT WORKS
Multiple sensors are installed inside HVAC ductwork and provide real-time readings to our cloud based monitoring system via a secure
4gLTE wireless connection.
Continuous monitoring makes all readings available in real-time. System adjustments can be made to compensate for out-of-range readings.
Easy to Use
Check the Air Quality Index Score at a glance with an interactive and color-coded dashboard.
Available from anywhere, the system can be monitored and managed remotely
With G2Clean, the building is monitored through in-duct air quality sensors all working in tandem to analyze 6 metrics to provide a health-based Air Quality Score in Real-Time.
Includes a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short - and long - term adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are emitted by a wide array of products numbering in the thousands
More than 100 times thinner than a human hair, PM2.5 particles remain suspended in the air we breath and pose health concerns with consistent exposure. Includes dust, spores, and pollen
When relative humidity is above 60%, mold and mildew begin to form and become one of the biggest contributing factors to poor indoor air quality. High humidity can also facilitate growing environments for bacteria and viruses causing respiratory diseases and infections
Humans are the main indoor source of CO2, and high levels indicate insufficient outdoor air ventilation relative to indoor occupant density and metabolic activity. Monitoring CO2 levels and increasing ventilation in response may reduce risks associated with respiratory diseases
WHAT IT MEASURES
Monitoring exterior temperatures allows for the most energy efficient compensations to be made
Monitoring interior temperatures helps to ensure stabilized conditions
By using G2Clean to measure and monitor building air quality, robust data is collected and analyzed over time which provides better solutions for the building as a whole.
You cannot effectively solve
what you cannot measure.