New webpage offers studies on ventilation and resources to calculate expected savings.
GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies, a unit of GE Enterprise Solutions, launched a website (www.gesensing.com/market/education.htm) to educate interested parties in the effects of ventilation in educational facilities.
The page includes studies showing the negative impacts of too little ventilation, an expected savings calculator and potential rebates. “Maintaining proper air quality in schools is an important part of maintaining a comfortable, healthy, productive environment for students and faculty,” said Rod Valenta, general manager of GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies’ Telaire division.
“We have installed approximately 5,000 of GE’s Telaire CO2 sensors in schools,” said Chris Hill of Cohesive Automation, Inc. “Our customers are most happy with the performance, accuracy and reliability of these CO2 sensors.”
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