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Laboratory Monitors and Controls
Laboratories and life science facilities require high levels of control for safety, occupant comfort, and experiment integrity
Ventilation demands, driven by fume hood exhaust flows and air change rates, means laboratories can use six times the energy of a similarly-sized office building. Operating one fume hood uses as much energy over the course of a year as three homes!
Well-designed laboratory monitors and controls use Variable Air Volume (VAV) strategies. VAV reduces airflows and saves energy. By precisely monitoring HVAC systems, VAV helps to ensure safety in the laboratory. TSI VAV products directly and accurately measure these critical parameters:
TSI fume hood controls help maintain a constant face velocity. This provides superior containment. TSI laboratory controls limit airflow whenever possible to significantly reduce energy use. With TSI’s VAV strategy, customers can both protect laboratory staff and increase efficiency.
TSI VAV laboratory monitors and controls maximize:
TSI products help customers meet or comply with industry and regulatory requirements. Guidelines and standards relating to laboratory design and work practices include, but are not limited to:
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TSI also offers laboratory airflow monitors for constant volume systems.
DARE TO COMPARE
Watch video that disproves commonly-held beliefs about two competing control strategies—sash position control and sidewall sensing—to help you to select a safe lab control system.