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Carrier New Healthy Buildings Program

June 22, 2020 | By MRO Magazine

Carrier has introduced the Healthy Buildings Program, a suite of solutions to help deliver healthy, safe, efficient and productive indoor environments across key verticals.

Carrier also launched web site to allow customers to consult with Carrier.

“COVID-19 has reinforced the important role that buildings play in ensuring and protecting public health,” said Dave Gitlin, President and CEO, Carrier. “As people return to work, hotels greet guests, schools welcome back students and stores reopen, indoor air quality and safe buildings are of paramount importance. For the economy to successfully recover, people need to have trust in the safety of the buildings they are entering. 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.”

Carrier Healthy Building Services


Safe Start Service – helps ensure buildings are ready for occupancy through a recommissioning of HVAC equipment and implementation of best practices, which may be executed remotely.

IAQ Assessment – to test air quality, and develop and implement upgrades to help ensure optimal filtration, ventilation, airflow, and controls. Carrier can also develop and implement corporate-wide IAQ engineering standards.

Remote Airside Management – provides continuous validation of IAQ parameters, periodic checks of equipment health, and continuous airside commissioning, enabled by a 24×7 Command Center.

Wellness Services – include helping customers achieve International WELL Building Institute’s WELL building standard certification. Carrier also conducts WELL performance testing to ensure continued high-performance operations, and to upgrade certification levels in support of companies’ increased concerns regarding public health.

Remote Energy Management – connects HVAC and other building systems to provide cloud-based analytics.

Emergency Assets – support building needs with a wide variety of HVAC equipment on demand to meet building system upgrade requirements, to reopen quickly and safely in the current environment.

Advanced Access Services – improves control site density by setting limits on the number of people allowed in a specific space, and can prevent access once that number is met. Alerts can also be set for attempts to access blocked areas, or reports generated for contact tracing.

Security Services – including contactless management, temperature screening, and video analytics supported by connected services, remote monitoring and remote diagnostics.

Carrier Healthy Building Technologies

Filtration technologies, available in new equipment and for retrofits, including MERV filters, HEPA filters, and the Infinity electrostatic filters. Also available are devices using UVC light, and UV photocatalytic oxidation.

OptiClean Negative Air Machine cleans contaminated air and creates pressure to prevent air from spreading to different sections of a building.

ActivAir hybrid hydronic air terminal delivers increased ventilation and outside air.

Environmental Index in the building automation platform enables building operators to manage temperature, humidity and CO2 levels.

DirectKey mobile access solution helps to safely access hotel rooms without contact by bypassing the front desk check-in and eliminating many traditional touch points in the process.

BlueDiamond touchless access enables building occupants to eliminate a significant number of access touch points.

MyWay building services platform integrates HVAC and other system controls, touchless access, indoor location, and other services.


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