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27.01.2021, 19:08

Gaining Fresh Insights Into Covid-19 and IAQ

Company News, The Indoor Environment, Technology, Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Cleaning management software-as-a-service (SaaS) developer Clenetix has partnered with indoor air quality monitoring specialist Airthings to address concerns over the impact of Covid-19 on the indoor environment.

 

With this new integration, Clenetix users can access live air quality data about virus risk, CO2, temperature, humidity, airborne chemicals, radon, light, occupancy, mould risk and air pressure levels. With discreet sensors, Airthings for Business helps facilities managers understand what is in the air so they can make more intelligent decisions about improving ventilation and building maintenance to create a safer and healthier environment for staff, visitors and tenants that boosts workplace productivity, and reduces energy costs.

 

Under the partnership, the fully customisable Airthings for Business dashboard is displayed within the Clenetix Insights Portal. It provides a real-time view of indoor air quality, identifies risks and prompts alerts and advanced analytics and reporting. It delivers valuable tips about how to reduce indoor air hazards, improve ventilation for a healthier and safer environment and optimise energy efficiency to drive cost savings. Facilities managers can also upload floorplans for a visual overview of the air in their buildings.

 

Like Clenetix, Airthings for Business is a plug-and-play solution and sensors can be set up as part of the simple Clenetix installation, without the need for any cabling or invasive installation.

 

Peter Stock, Clenetix managing director and co-founder, comments: "With the threat of Covid-19, air quality has never been more important. Including air quality control in our offering to provide a clean and healthy environment that promotes wellbeing and productivity was a natural next step. Air quality monitoring will be especially critical with the return to the workplace. We are committed to ensuring our customers enjoy clean and safe environments and we are excited to partner with Airthings for Business to deliver this next level of intelligence."

 

Mazen Jamal, sales manager, Airthings for Business, adds: "Airthings and Clenetix have a shared understanding about the importance of monitoring and understanding air quality. We work so well together because both businesses are entirely focused on using the most effective technology to help people stay healthy."

 

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