As facility managers take steps to reopen their buildings amidst an ongoing pandemic, most already know about expert-recommended HVAC control sequences to reduce the spread of COVID-19 indoors.
No world-altering event such as war, famine, or economic recessions in the past century has had as much of an impact of CO2 emissions as COVID-19, and the pandemic has only been here a few months. Indications are that we are currently living through an unrivaled drop in carbon output, however even though we will see a massive fall in 2020, the concentrations of CO2 that are in the atmosphere and warming of our planet won't stabilize until the world reaches net-zero.
As businesses reopen across America, buildings are the new front in the fight against COVID-19. 75F recently announced 75F Epidemic Mode™, a new HVAC software sequence to make commercial buildings healthier and safer for employees and customers.
75F's latest session in the Healthier Buildings webcast series combines expertise from Belimo and Building Automation Monthly to explore strategies for returning to the workplace while spaces are partially occupied.
75F’s second session in the Healthier Buildings webcast series covers the energy efficiency implications of COVID-19 indoor mitigation strategies and offers viewers guidance on saving energy where possible under these extreme conditions.