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Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is the air quality within and around buildings and structures. IAQ is known to affect the health, comfort, and well-being of building occupants.

What is good indoor air quality?

Reducing or removing Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs is key to better Indoor Air Quality. These are gases that are emitted into the air from products or processes. Some are harmful by themselves. In addition, some can react with other gases and form other air pollutants after they are in the air.

Humidity can have a major impact on occupant’s health if it is too low or too high. The “ideal” humidity conditions for humans can be considered between 40 – 60% (which equally depends on indoor temperature).

Best Indoor Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Levels
CO2 levels indoors should be as close to 400 ppm (outdoor CO2 concentration) as possible, and no more than 700 ppm above outdoor air. If the threshold is exceeded, additional fresh air should be added to renew the air.

On average, we all take 17,000 ~ 25,000 breaths and inhale more than 15,000 liters of air each day. We can survive for weeks without food and days without water. Yet, we can only survive a few minutes without air. It comes as no surprise that the impact of air quality on health is significant.

We offer Indoor Air Quality as a Service with the support of a comprehensive set of devices, tools, and methodology. We help companies and homeplaces thrive with healthier air-quality work environments and more productive indoor spaces while lowering their energy consumption as a positive collateral effect.

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