International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2016)
Indoor Air Pollution:
The Invisible Killer
Do you know the quality of the
air you’re breathing indoors?
Sources: EPA, Healthy Buildings (April 2020)
Monitoring Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Transparency Builds Credibility and Trust
Air quality sensors detect, monitor and collect a wide range of data about the health of a building’s air. Sensors can be used for temperature, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, humidity, radon, formaldehyde, and other VOCs. While often thought of primarily for comfort, these sensors can make a big difference in the health of occupants. For example, short-term exposure to VOCs at a low level can cause fatigue, nausea and throat irritation while long-term exposure can result in kidney damage and more severe respiratory conditions. By tracking and monitoring these characteristics, air quality sensors can ensure occupants are in a safe and healthy environment.
Healthy buildings (2020)
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