Demand Controlled Ventilation

5 Reasons to Switch to a CO2-Controlled HVACR System

New builds and retrofits can both take advantage of the benefits of Demand Control Ventilation utilizing a carbon dioxide monitor. Here are 5 reasons adding CO2 control to an HVACR system can save energy and money.

  • Indoor Air Quality - CO2 sensors answer the "fresh air" problem of modern, sealed buildings
  • Occupant Comfort - Controlling CO2 levels creates a much healthier and pleasant work and living space
  • Equipment Life - Running DCV only when people are present reduces the wear and tear on the entire HVAC system
  • Cost Savings - Energy savings up to 30% are reported for DCV systems
  • LEED Accreditation - CO2 sensing can assist in LEED certification, which may include tax breaks and incentives

The CO2 controllers below are designed to work with industry-standard system, including 0-10V or 4-20mA control and industrial relays. While each has unique specifications depending on application, they are all designed not only improve the health and well being of your clients, but to save them money as well.

"Easy to install, easy to set up, and easy calibration - just what I was looking for."

- Phillip Farrar
Water Plant Superintendent

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