Carrier has introduced a Healthy Buildings Program, with an expanded suite of solutions to help deliver healthy, safe, efficient and productive indoor environments in healthcare, hospitality and commercial settings.
Carrier also launched Corporate.Carrier.com/HealthyBuildings to help customers consult with internal experts on building technologies who reflect Carrier Global’s role in providing heating, ventilating and air conditioning; refrigeration; fire; security; and building automation technologies.
“For the economy to successfully recover, people need to have trust in the safety of the buildings they are entering,” said Dave Gitlin, Carrier’s president and CEO. “New technologies like microscopic filtration systems and touchless building controls have gone from nice-to-have conveniences to must-have protections. The Carrier Healthy Buildings Program can help enable healthier and safer indoor environments as we get back to our new normal.”
Rajan Goel is leading Carrier’s Healthy Buildings Program as head of Carrier’s Building Solutions Group. He said the company that invented modern air conditioning “is uniquely positioned to deliver healthy building expertise.” Carrier’s experts will work closely with customers to design, operate, maintain and upgrade buildings to protect the people inside.
The solutions and services are designed to help improve indoor air quality, increase outside air ventilation and enable touchless interactions. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
In addition to air quality assessments and HVAC and other traditional services, Healthy Buildings offers:
- Filtration technologies for new equipment and for retrofits, including electrostatic filters for airborne pathogens and UVC light-emitting tools.
- OptiClean Negative Air Machines to clean contaminated air and create pressure to prevent air from spreading to different sections of a building.
- ActivAir hybrid hydronic air terminals that delivers increased ventilation and outside air.
- BlueDiamond touchless access that enables occupants to eliminate a significant number of access touch points through implementation of credentialing technology.