Honeywell Healthy Buildings help keep facilities safer for occupants, in part by cleaning the air automatically as people come and go. To do that, your building needs accurate data about the air quality - and that starts with our versatile range of sensors of indoor air quality (IAQ).
Studies show that comfort levels inside your building impact health, satisfaction, and the productivity of occupants. This is influenced by factors such as comfortable temperatures and humidity, as well as air that is free of irritants, allergens and unwelcome odors.
Many people will want to know that buildings are safer before they return. We’re starting with our own buildings to create healthier and safer environments for our employees. Let’s look at how we’re making our Campus II building in Bangalore safer.
The past year or so has changed the world in many different ways. One of which is a new focus on healthy buildings. As we trend back to our typical way of doing business, offices, schools, and businesses will begin to open back up. And when they do, an emphasis will be put on the health and safety of the building. Let Stromquist be your source for all of your indoor air quality needs!
Hit your humidity target: 40-60%. In that range, you’ll decrease exposure to particles and improve occupant comfort.
Improve indoor air quality: Proper air exchange can dispel odors, chemicals and CO2, while balancing energy use.
Effective filtration is essential for air quality: From pollutants to microbes, reduce particles in recirculated and outdoor air.
The right temperatures improve wellbeing as well as confidence and productivity. Catch issues before people notice with mobile data and alerts.
Isolate parts of a building using pressure control. This also helps prevent pathogens from entering specific areas.
Your security system can track other safety concerns like risky activity and behaviours. Get alerted when optimal conditions aren’t being met.
The right sensors and analysis can precisely monitor when and how your site is used – and then guide people to the free spaces they need.
Give occupants confidence using air quality, social distancing and other data.