The enVerid HLR® (HVAC Load Reduction) system guarantees ASHRAE Standard 62.1 IAQP compliance.
In the United States and many other countries, ASHRAE Standard 62.1: Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is the most commonly referenced standard to quantify acceptable IAQ conditions and related HVAC system design. ASHRAE Standard 62.1 either forms the basis for most mechanical codes or is directly referenced by the codes themselves.
The standard is perhaps best known for its regulation of the amount of ventilation air delivered to each space by HVAC systems through its “Ventilation Rate Procedure” approach to system design. However, the standard openly allows buildings to reduce outside ventilation as long as other measures are taken to maintain acceptable IAQ. These measures are outlined by ASHRAE in the IAQP, as well as by the U.S. Green Building Council. The enVerid HLR® (HVAC Load Reduction) system ensures compliance with ASHRAE Standard 62.1 IAQP while allowing enormous reductions in costly air replacement.
An ASHRAE official document issued on January 25, 2015 publicly states and affirms that the use of air cleaning as a method to remove contaminants of concern is an acceptable way to decrease outdoor airflow.
enVerid’s HLR scrubbing system formally complies with ASHRAE Standard 62.1 requirements and fits within the IAQP:
By efficiently scrubbing existing temperature-conditioned indoor air, enVerid’s HLR system is truly a game-changer that helps building managers and HVAC designers embrace the new ASHRAE Standard 62.1 IAQP and reap the dramatic energy-saving benefits that enVerid’s approach can provide.