Air Quality Monitor
«Clean Air for Everyone.»
To breathe clean air is the basic right of all people.
Air, water, earth and sunlight are the most important elements of life on our planet. With the rapid development of industrialisation, air pollution and climate change, driven by emissions of various pollutants, are also constantly increasing. Unfortunately, news about pollution from industrial poisonous gases or the high concentration of atmospheric fine dust particles are part of our everyday life. Today, many people suffer from different types of air pollutants - breathing difficulties and diseases are the consequences. The WHO defines Fine Dust PM2.5 unequivocally: formaldehyde and other air pollution particles belong to group 1 of Carcinogens.
Lifestyle, comfort and the consequences.
Statistically, most people spend more than 20 hours a day indoors. The changes in lifestyle over the last two decades have brought comfort in many places, including a wide range of ventilation and air conditioning systems in closed apartments, offices or shopping centres and buildings. As a result, the «Sick Building Syndrome» (SBS) developed. More and more people are worried about the quality of air outside - but they forget that we spend most of our time indoors.
Research, development and motivation.
Together with our partner Sysinno Technology Inc., which is a leader in the development of sensors and devices for measuring indoor air quality, we are committed to a healthier living environment and offer professional solutions for this. In cooperation with experts and scientists from the fields of electrical engineering, materials, chemistry, building and interior design, research and studies have been carried out to develop suitable devices for measuring indoor air quality. This with the unswerving drive to reduce the dangers to health - namely the «Sick Building Syndrome» - and to create high-quality indoor air quality and a safe and toxin-free indoor climate for people.
The result - «iAeris».
To enable people to measure and understand the current situation of indoor air quality, the latest generation of all «iAeris» indoor air quality monitors can detect and analyze a variety of important factors. These include particulate matter (PM10), Fine Dust (PM2.5), Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Formaldehyde, temperature and humidity. In order to establish a high-quality indoor air management system, «iAeris» can also be combined with air improvement systems (ventilation, air conditioning, etc.).