Your building's air quality is essential for a productive working environment.

Indoor air quality is likely to be 2-5x worse than outdoor air quality. Given that most of us spend 90% of our time indoors, your building’s indoor air quality can significantly affect employee and customer health, comfort and productivity.

The 75F building intelligence system pays attention to monitoring and maintaining indoor air quality. Enhanced by predictive analytics, cloud computing and processing power, our cutting edge technology achieves the ideal level of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and mixed air temperatures, allowing for maximum comfort at all times. The 75F system detects levels of CO2 and NO2 in the building and proactively adjusts outside air dampers to maintain air quality at appropriate levels. It reduces your carbon footprint while making your buildings comfortable, automated and extremely smart. 

To top it all off, it can help you save up to 50% on your energy costs.


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Your workplace needs a breath of fresh air:

Why IAQM - Indoor air is worse than outdoor air

Indoor Air Quality tends to be more polluted than Outside Air, often as high as 2-5 times worse that Outdoor Air Quality according to the EPA.

Why IAQM - Boosts Employee Productivity
Improved indoor air quality can boost employee productivity up to 8% in your facility, and can improve cognitive functioning by 61%. (Source: Harvard Research)
Why IAQM - 35% Reduction in Absenteeism
Better air quality means employees take 30% fewer short-term leaves. (Source: Building & Environment Journal)
Why IAQM - Improved Bottom Line
Improvements in employee performance could benefit your company to the tune of $6,500 in productivity-per-employee per year. (Source: Building & Environment Journal)
Why IAQM - Poor air quality impacts performance by 10%
Poor air quality (and elevated temperatures) consistently lower employee performance by up to 10%.(Source: RHEVA)
Why IAQM - An average of 120% ROI

A mixed mode system such as Outside Air Optimization can multiply benefits, resulting in 0.8-1.3% health cost savings, 3-18% productivity gains, and 47-79% in energy savings for an average ROI of 120%. (Source: Carnegie Mellon)

                                                              Download the Free Indoor Air Quality Guide


CO2 and NO2 sensors allow for advanced indoor air quality management, monitoring and controlling the levels of these gases in the building. Threshold values of these gases will signal the system to increase levels of fresh air supplied to the space, thereby significantly impacting workforce wellbeing.

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OAO + DAB Savings

Smart & Comfortable

Seamlessly integrated with Dynamic Airflow Balancing and Outside Air Optimization, indoor air quality management lets you breathe easy knowing that you are saving more than 50% on your utilities. Your employees will be more comfortable, hot spots and cold spots will be a thing of the past and your building will be smart, automated and ready for the future. 


Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) lets you fine-tune building conditions based on input from sensors. It adjusts the outside air damper position based on indoor air quality needs by sensing CO2 levels in the return air system. Conversely, when utilization rates drop below the recommended level, specialised equipment reduces outdoor air intake, thereby decreasing energy usage. 

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Remote Management & Control

Increase efficiency with the ability to manage your entire system using our suite of web and mobile apps, Facilisight. You can now make scheduling changes for hundreds of buildings remotely with a single click.

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