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LEED Certification

CO2 Monitors for LEED certification

LEED Certified CO2 Monitoring

What are the LEED requirements for CO2 sensors?

In order to meet LEED standards, CO2 monitors should be installed in order to provide feedback on space ventilation and performance in a means that affords typical adjustments. In order to refer to the CO2 levels for all types of occupancy, you can review the ASHRAE 62-2001, Appendix D standard.


How air quality monitoring can help you achieve LEED certification?

As CO2 safety monitors are critical and must be installed, there are areas of limitation dependent upon your specific application or environment. If you are nervous about calling your inspector directly, please contact us directly and we would be happy to help you in selecting the proper monitor. 

What is the LEED 2.2 v2 standard?

The U.S. Green Building Council created a set rating system for new construction, schools, commercial interiors, shells, and existing buildings on ventilation design. The overall requirements surround the ASHRAE 62.1-2004 standard for fresh air, which entails using CO2 sensors for densely occupied spaces in order to obtain credit.

Here is an article that discusses the overall LEED framework and prerequisites in order to gain points. 

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"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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