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Indoor Air Quality2022-09-08T12:47:56+01:00

Turnkey IAQ monitoring solution for all indoor spaces – promote energy savings and establish trust and safety. Identify trends, spot problem areas, and make adjustments accordingly.

Track the invisible

What we monitor

Carbon Dioxide

Carbon dioxide’s density is about 53% higher than dry air. It is responsible for drowsiness, headaches, tiredness, and overall productivity.

Temperature

Temperature is thermal energy, present in all matter. Inconsistent temperature may cause unpleasant sensations and reduced focus levels.

Humidity

Humidity is the concentration of water vapour present in the air. It may contribute to feelings of low energy, and lethargy.

Particulate Matter

Particulate matter, is a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Small and harmful particles are only detected through electron microscope.

TVOC

Organic chemicals that have a high vapour pressure at room temperature. Effects include eye, nose and throat irritation. Headaches, loss of coordination and nausea.

Air Pressure

Like when a plane is taking off, some people may experience stiffness, pain, and swelling, and can be incredibly unpleasant for day to day operations.

Sizes of Airborne Particles

Hair and pollen
5-100 μm

Mould
2-5 μm

Bacteria
0.5-10 μm

Viruses
0.005-0.5 μm

DNA
0.0015 μm

Settling time: minutes

Settling time: hours < 1 μm particles can stay airborne permanently

IAQ

Why clean air matters?

The world is more polluted than ever
• Emission controls are proving to be more difficult
• CO2 patterns & energy consumptions

We spend more than 90% of our time in indoor spaces
• In Schools, offices, homes, malls and many other places
• Sick Buildings (SBS) due to occurrences of viruses, mould, and other harmful VOCs
• Not enough frequent programs of air renewals within spaces (Purifiers/HVAC systems)

2.3 Million

Premature deaths from indoor air pollution in 2021 (According to WHO, 2021)

2-5x higher

Concentrations of some pollutants higher than typical outdoor concentrations

Multiple premise types

SAFETY

Threats of bad indoor air quality

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