Ensuring effective ventilation with trusted data: CO2 for IAQ

Buildings and Indoor Air Quality
Industrial Measurements

Building ventilation is fundamental to maintaining proper and healthy indoor air quality. Nowadays, building ventilation is also a key factor in decreasing energy consumption while maintaining optimal conditions.

How can you verify that the designed rates of ventilation are being delivered properly and effectively? Join us in this hour-long webinar, where Vaisala's Business Development Specialist Justin Walsh will discuss carbon dioxide measurements for building ventilation and why CO2 is a trusted parameter for the evaluation of ventilation effectiveness.


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Gain the professional perspective on how your HVAC system can be optimized with CO2 measurements

Join us in a free 1-hour Vaisala webinar to learn about:


  • CO2 as a ventilation indicator
  • IAQ measurement technology
  • Making control decisions on reliable data
  • Understanding calibration and traceability

This webinar is essential if you work with HVAC systems as an HVAC engineer, ventilation designer, building automation specialist, energy efficiency professional, and others interested in improving building ventilation.

If you have already attended or registered for this webinar, please click here. Otherwise, please watch the recorded webinar by filling the form.

While you’re at it, sign up below to view the previous related webinars:

The paradigm shift in building ventilation: Future requirements for Demand Controlled Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality (aired on February 2023) — watch now

Future of Ventilation: Viewpoints on Air Quality, Health Security and Sustainability (aired on March 2023) — watch now

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Justin Walsh | Vaisala


Justin Walsh
Business Development Engineer

Justin has been working with electro-chemical and industrial measurement technologies for over 16 years, ensuring product quality, measurement accuracy and environmental safety. His experience includes application support with Thermo Electron, environmental consulting, emergency planning and response with the US EPA, and a degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Miami.