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AirTest Technologies’ CO<sub>2</sub> Sensors Aid Controlled Ventilation

AirTest Technologies is a leading company specializing in supplying advanced sensors for enhancing the working efficiency of commercial buildings and simultaneously saving energy utility.

The president of ATI AirTest Technologies Inc.,Graham stated that, apart from ongoing profits in the business, the demand for the CO2 controlled ventilation in the buildings will enhance the growth of their business further.

AirTest Technologies has been providing CO2 sensing devices for pharmacy sectors in Canada, departmental store divisions in USA and also plans to provide sensors to supermarket branches in Northwest USA and chain stores in California. The company is also providing many sensors, for an organization in the Southern California, for installation in concert halls, casinos, theaters, bowling alleys and certain other recreation facility buildings, which is being funded by the main California Services such as Southern California Edison, PGE, Sand Diego Gas and Electric commission and the California Energy Commission. This is the biggest supporting initiation which further promises bulk utility of CO2 DCV facility in the buildings in the future.

Source: http://www.airtest.com

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