LoRaWAN Indoor Air Quality Sensors

Making the Invisible Visible

Clean air in the indoor environment means healthier, more productive people. A modern building supports the confidence of the people who use it. Using our understanding of indoor environments, IAQ Monitoring will soon give you the insights to make a safer and healthier decision. At scale, this has the potential to significantly increase productivity and efficiency.

Ensuring Health Of Occupants Everywhere

Say Goodbye to Sick Building Syndrome (SBS)

Indoor air quality impacts us all regardless of where we are. 

Protect yourself and your loved ones from all of the little things floating in the air around you.

Contact us to get a comprehensive understanding of the air that you are breathing right now.

Improve Your Environment by Identifying the Sources of Poor Indoor Air Quality

Accurate indoor air quality monitoring alerts residents and building owners to the level and nature of pollution, enabling corrective action. Inadequate ventilation is particularly crucial, as poorly ventilated spaces (along with environmental factors such as temperature and humidity) can amplify the pollutant concentration.  

See below for a complete list of the most relevant pollutants, along with the sensor type used for monitoring, most common sources of pollution, and the possible health impacts. 

Major Sources and Potential Health Effects of Indoor Air Pollutants include:

  • Pollutant: Carbon Dioxide
  • Sensor: CO2
  • Major Sources: Sick Building Syndrome (SBS), Excessive Building Occupancy and Inadequate Ventilation
  • Potential Health Effects: Fatigue; Eye, Nose and Throat Irritation; Headaches; Chest Discomfort; Respiratory Tract Symptoms

  • Pollutant: Organic Chemicals
  • Sensor: VOC
  • Major Sources: Aerosol Sprays, Solvents, Glues, Cleaning Agents, Pesticides, Paints, Moth Repellents, Air Fresheners, Dry cleaned Clothing and Treated Water
  • Potential Health Effects: Eye, Nose and Throat Irritation; Headaches; Loss of Coordination; Damage to Liver, Kidney and Brain; Various Types of Cancer

  • Pollutant: Formaldehyde
  • Sensor: HCHO
  • Major Sources: Pressed Wood Products e.g. plywood and MDF; Furnishings; Wallpaper; Durable Press Fabrics
  • Potential Health Effects: Eye, Nose and Throat Irritation; Headache; Allergic Reactions; Cancer

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