FIRE SAFETY – Oxygen can increase fire risk unless controlled to standards set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Safe oxygen levels vary with changing atmospheric pressure –what is safe one day may not be safe the next. That is why ACT’s controller continuously measures barometric pressure and then adjusts oxygen levels every six seconds so your room is always safe. For additional fire safety, the system integrates with the building’s fire panel to shut off oxygenation in an emergency. ACT’s is the only oxygenation system that meets NFPA’s standard for fire safety or communicates with the buildings fire panel.
AIR QUALITY – ACT’s system keeps the air fresh. When occupied, rooms can become stuffy if not properly ventilated. ACT’s system detects human respiration. When the room is occupied the system increases ventilation to maximize air quality. When the room is vacant the system minimizes power consumption. The system maintains air quality, desired altitude and proper oxygen levels at all times. ACT’s is the only oxygenation system that meets OSHA standard for indoor air quality.
CDC OXYGEN SAFETY – ACT’s is the only oxygen control system to meet CDC’s standard for safe oxygen levels in all areas of the building. Oxygen safety must never depend on hardware, software, atmospheric conditions, or even correct operation. ACT systems are intrinsically fail-safe and create no risk even in the event of a power outage or complete system failure.