It’s certainly not a surprise that Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is directly linked with poor ventilation. After all, even without knowing, everyone’s first instinct is to open windows when the air inside is too heavy. But there’s so much more to that, and opening windows is not always the right answer. That is why obtaining better IAQ through the HVAC systems is the way to go. With this in mind, Airgloss approaches the upcoming HVAC Expo in Lagos.
HVAC systems are designed to provide heating, cooling, filtered outdoor air and control over humidity. All these parameters (but not only) are determinant in creating a healthy and comfortable indoor environment. Indoor air quality, in fact, influences occupants’ wellbeing and health, with a direct impact on performance and productivity.
HVAC systems alone can’t know exactly when and how to best take action, though. Opening the windows or letting outdoor air in may not be the best in case of outside pollution, just as some situations may require increased ventilation. It’s safe to say then, that monitoring your environment is extremely important, now more than ever. So, what does Airgloss have to offer in this matter?
Airgloss cutting edge technology provides healthier indoor environments, improved energy saving, comfort and productivity. All our devices can detect a wide range of airborne contaminants, warning you whenever something’s not right. But monitoring alone just doesn’t cut it, does it?
That is why all Airgloss devices are designed to directly control the majority of HVAC and air purification systems. By managing autonomously ventilation systems, our devices can determine the best course of action and give input to your systems to do exactly what’s needed.
The HVAC Expo in Lagos
Presenting Airgloss at the upcoming HVAC Expo in Lagos (11 – 13 July 2019) offers the chance to discover new collaborations and business opportunities. With mutual benefit, Airgloss products and HVAC systems can work together to provide safer and healthier indoor air in offices, homes, hotels, schools, healthcare and more.
Our Nigeria representative, mr. Emmanuel Ebosie, will be attending the Mega Clima Expo 2019 on Airgloss behalf.
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Interested in knowing more about Airgloss? Read more on our website or catch up on our background working with NASA.
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Thanks for the post. Looking forward to the next.
We’ll share this to our own followers! Don’t forget to
clean your air ducts and hvac from dirt, dust, and mold.
Thank you very much! And very well said: cleaning air ducts and replacing HVAC filters is essential for good indoor air quality!