Offerings

veriDART Service Offerings

veriDART Recurring

SafeTraces offers a recurring test program that provides veriDART® assessments quarterly, semi-annually, or annually to ensure your HVAC system is continuously optimized for indoor air health & safety. Building dynamics are constantly changing due to seasonal changes, occupancy changes, build outs, renovations, retrofits, etc. Ensure optimal ventilation system performance and a reduction in infectious aerosol transmission risk year-round.

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Customer Uses

  • Verify ongoing indoor air health & safety performance
  • Inform ongoing operations and capital planning
  • Get key data for compliance and risk management
  • Achieve certification credits (i.e. LEED, WELL, etc)

Primary Service Channels

  • HVAC Service Companies
  • Controls and Automation Vendors
  • Facility Managers / Building Operators
  • Commissioning / Building Performance Engineers

veriDART M&V

veriDART® Measurement & Verification (M&V) helps you assess and evaluate before-and-after results from HVAC upgrades, control changes, added technologies, or increased filter efficiencies in your spaces before making large-scale or building-wide design changes, upgrades, and/or investments. Understand how effective different ventilation and filtration settings, configurations, and upgrades affect indoor air safety.

Customer Uses

  • Inform and validate building and retro-commissioning decisions with pre- and post-testing
  • Make informed capital allocation decisions based on real world experiments
  • Evaluate different scenarios and configurations of occupancy, room layouts, systems, etc.

Primary Service Channels

  • Facility Managers / Building Operators
  • HVAC Service Companies
  • Controls and Automation Vendors
  • HVAC Design Engineers, Architects and Commissioning Agents
  • EHS Teams
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veriDART Baseline

This standard baseline assessment uses veriDART® to provide data detailing how aerosols travel through a space and indicate the aerosol concentrations under your building’s current engineering controls and HVAC systems. Use this test data to see potential “hot spots”, lack of air movement, and how effective the systems are at reducing infectious aerosol transmission, enabling you to make informed decisions on how to optimize systems, if needed. 

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Customer Uses

  • Support building and customer-specific indoor air safety decisions
  • Evaluate risk for specific and custom indoor air situations
  • Gain an overall picture of the current state of transmission risk in an occupied space

Primary Service Channels

  • EHS Teams
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Facility Managers

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