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(Oslo, Norway – August 17, 2022) Airthings (AIRX), the global leader in indoor air quality monitoring and energy-saving solutions, today announced that the company has signed a contract with a US-based partner to roll-out the Airthings for Business solution to a large global enterprise customer. The device order value is USD $3.2M, with annual service revenue to follow.
The contract will involve the installation of the Airthings for Business solution into commercial buildings around the world.
Delivery is expected to take place over the third and fourth quarters of 2022.
The Airthings for Business Solution is used by facility managers at schools and commercial buildings around the world to ensure that indoor air quality is healthy and that HVAC systems are being optimized for energy efficiency and sustainability.
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Øyvind Birkenes, CEO
+47 922 43 551
Jeremy Gerst, CFO
+47 455 11 103
Airthings is a global technology company and producer of award-winning radon and indoor air quality monitors for homeowners, businesses, and professionals. Founded in 2008, Airthings is on a mission to ensure that people around the world recognize the impact of indoor air quality and take control of their health through simple, affordable, and accurate technology solutions while optimizing energy consumption in buildings. Airthings’ products have made radon detection and indoor air quality monitoring easy to deploy, accurate, and user friendly, and have received several accolades including the TIME Best Inventions Award and CES Innovation Award Honors, as well as being positioned as global leader in the market by Frost & Sullivan, a leading global analyst firm. Headquartered in the heart of Oslo, Norway, and with offices in the US and Sweden the company has over 140 employees from more than 35 nationalities—and counting. To see the full range of Airthings indoor air quality monitors and radon detectors or to learn more about the importance of continuous air quality monitoring, please visit airthings.com.