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#1 2020-08-15 09:02:07

CandraEpy
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The AQSafe also features a small and compact design

Poor Air Quality is a Minor Health Concern    Minimizing the effects of indoor air quality, or failing to address it can result in serious respiratory and health issues.
Headaches, irritation of nose eyes and throat, respiratory illnesses and even asthma.
Many recent studies have even begun to link poor air quality with carcinogenic effects.
Recently, the World Health Organization has concluded that various forms of air pollution can cause lung cancer and are linked to an increased risk for bladder cancer.
Examples of some pollutants include diesel engine exhaust from poorly circulated air, chemical solvents, and dust.
Despite being rather obvious, the frequent dismissal of air quality concerns in the media has earned this one a spot in our Top 5 IAQ Myths list.

Indoor Office Air is Safer than Outdoor City Air    Dust mites

appliances, cleaning supplies, electronics, and even the gradual deterioration of varnishes/paint on brand new office furniture contributes to poor indoor air quality.

Traces of street-level VOCs can be found trapped in poorly circulated indoor environments

As most building structures are enclosed, fresh air intake is generally prevented.
Public health Ontario has released an informative webpage dedicated to Air Quality – It can be found here:     https://www.publichealthontario.ca/en/health-topics/environmental-occupational-health/air-quality    HVAC Systems Ensure Optimal Air Quality    A recent study suggests that the average person working in a city environment spends approximately 80-90% of their time indoors.
With this in mind, .

HVAC systems are crucial with regard to maintaining a safe indoor environment

However, due to the filters they use, HVAC systems are only effective in handling the particulate matter and not entirely harmful VOCs.

If your facility’s HVAC system isn’t regularly maintained

pollutants from outside will, in fact, get trapped within the building, and even contribute to increased moisture and the formation of mould.
Removing an unpleasant Odour is enough to promote safer indoor air quality    While removing an object with a strange smell will most likely improve indoor air quality and overall employee happiness, many perpetrators of adverse health conditions are odourless.
For instance, excess moisture or even VOC’s from outdoor traffic are both major contributors to poor air quality.
It is an expensive and difficult process to improve indoor air quality    Scentroid has developed the perfect technology with you in mind – the AQSafe Indoor air quality monitor – our dedicated and cost effective IAQ Solution.

The AQSafe observes your indoor air quality with up to 5 sensors

Including both temperature and humidity.

Our sensor detection ranges from dust (PM1

2.5, and 10), noise, radiation, and many other chemical compounds found indoors.
The AQSafe also features a small and compact design.
It is easy to install and operate.
Not only has it been proven for long term stability, but all sensors have been calibrated and prepared for your space.

The AQSafe is your new best indoor friend

with labour saving, cost-effective, and your health and comfort measures in mind.

The AQSafe features built-in software for graphical representation

statistical data, and alarm systems.
The touch screen incorporates control over a variety of advanced gas sensor technologies, designed to monitor the target gases.
These are specified at the time of ordering.
A full list of sensors is also available on our website.

Thank you for reading up on our top 5 IAQ Myths list

What did you think of our list.
Please feel free to leave a comment below.
To view more on our AQSafe, click here.
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