The indoor climate consists of indoor air and the physical factors that affect it. Good the indoor climate requires adequate ventilation and functional structures. Indoor climate factors include temperature, humidity and air movement, as well as indoor air factors such as gaseous compounds and particulate pollutants. Indoor air is good if most the premises’ users are satisfied with its quality and there is no harm to health.
IAQ is part of indoor environmental quality (IEQ), which includes IAQ as well as other physical and psychological aspects of life indoors (e.g., lighting, visual quality, acoustics, and thermal comfort).
People in many societies spend most of their time indoors. On average, we spend 90% of our time indoors and each of us needs 12 000 litres of clean air to breathe per day. Consequently, the quality of indoor environment has a great impact on our wellbeing and health.
At Halton, we believe that everyone has a right to healthy indoor air.
Indoor air pollutants may cause or worsen allergy and irritation symptoms as well as lung diseases or much more severe health problems.
Recently the air quality factors have become even more increasingly important. Many spaces do not have air quality sensors to indicate the quality of indoor air. In addition, that the sensors measure the air quality factors they can be also used to verify the correct use of air conditioning. All this can be done by remotely in cloud based system.
Environmentally sustainable design concepts also include aspects related to the commercial and residential heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) industry. Among several considerations, one of the topics attended to is the issue of indoor air quality throughout the design and construction stages of a project lifetime.
• Over 50 years of experience in indoor air solutions
• Cloud based solution to monitor indoor air quality enabling 24h monitoring and data analyzes
• Our air quality monitor observes your indoor air quality with up to 8 Including both temperature and humidity, our sensor detection ranges from dust (PM1, 2.5, and 10),CO, CO2, O3, NO2, VOC compounds found indoors.
• Possibility for predictive maintenance
• Demand controlled ventilation solutions with carbon dioxide sensors to control the rate dynamically, based on emissions and actual building occupants. Providing people with high-quality indoor air through energy efficient ventilation
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