Indoor Environmental Monitoring
Trinity Automated Solutions provides intelligent input to building ventilation systems for energy efficiency and high quality indoor environmental quality through Aircuity's patented system. The system takes samples of air remotely throughout a facility and routes them to a centralized suite of sensors. By measuring critical indoor environmental parameters, it can provide Unique Architecture: Capture, Sense, and Control
Aircuity can capture air samples from specific rooms or from air supply ducts, and it routes these air samples to a centralized suite of sensors in a manner similar to how data packets are routed through a data network. Utilizing a single set of high quality sensors increases the accuracy of the measurements needed and significantly lowers the life cycle costs of maintaining system calibration. The sensor analysis is then used to inform building ventilation controls to optimize ventilation rates based on what is actually going on in the environment.
Solving the Issues of Remote Sensors
Our use of Aircuity’s centralized sensors solves many of the issues related to traditional sensing systems. By analyzing air samples with a single sensor a true differential measurement is created that vastly improves the accuracy of the system. Through the significantly reduced number of sensors needed, higher quality sensors can be deployed to measure more critical parameters. Life cycle costs are also reduced as an Aircuity system can cost-effectively provide scheduled calibration service, ensuring system accuracy and effectiveness year after year.
How Healthy is Your Building?
As an authorized systems integrator of Aircuity's system, we can design an indoor air quality system that continuously collects an array of building indoor environmental data. Air samples are gathered from individual spaces and at the air handler level and routed through the network to the Sensor Suite for analysis. The sampled data is then transmitted to the web based platform for archiving and reporting. Additionally, the data is communicated to the facility's Building Management System for control of the facility's ventilation systems to reduce energy costs while improving indoor environmental quality.