Iowa Patent of the Month – December 2023
Suncourt Inc. has been bringing home comfort and energy efficiency to air quality control systems since 1988. Thanks to their commitment to R&D, the company has recently been granted a patent for their adjustable automatic airflow control damper system, a system which promises a more responsive and energy-conscious indoor environment.
At the core of this inventive leap is an intelligent ventilation control system designed to dynamically optimize airflow within a living space. What sets Suncourt’s system apart is its ability to adapt to changing conditions, providing a fine-tuned balance between energy conservation and maintaining optimal indoor air quality.
The ventilation control system leverages advanced sensors and algorithms to monitor various environmental parameters, such as temperature, humidity, and occupancy. This real-time data allows the system to make informed decisions, adjusting ventilation rates to match the specific needs of the occupants and the prevailing conditions.
One of the key strengths of Suncourt’s invention lies in its commitment to energy efficiency. By intelligently modulating ventilation based on actual requirements, the system minimizes unnecessary energy consumption, contributing to both cost savings and a reduced environmental footprint.
Beyond its energy-conscious features, the ventilation control system also addresses the critical aspect of indoor air quality. The dynamic adjustments ensure that the air circulation is not only efficient but also effective in mitigating pollutants, allergens, and maintaining a healthy living environment.
As homeowners and businesses alike seek smarter and greener solutions, Suncourt’s venture into intelligent ventilation aligns with the growing demand for sustainable technologies. The potential impact of this invention extends not only to individual households but also to broader applications in commercial and industrial settings.
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