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What are
contaminants?

We spend 90% of our time indoors

Contaminants?

Good indoor air quality (IAQ) directly affects the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common contaminants indoors can help reduce your risk of air quality health concerns. Contaminants or pollutants cause the air you breathe to become unhealthy. Ventilation, inhabitants, use of space and household items all contribute to indoor air quality.

Monitor_indoor

Understand your indoor air quality by monitoring 7 important contaminants:

1

RADON

Decrease exposure to this odorless, radioactive gas found in all buildings and homes. It is the number one cause of lung ­cancer amongst non-smokers but can be managed with long-term, continuous monitoring.

2

CO2

CO2 is an invisible gas that ­comes from human breath. It can ­cause headaches, restlessness and drowsiness as well as ­affect ­decision-making skills. High ­levels are correlated to low productivity, absenteeism and infectious disease transmission.

3

MOLD RISK

Preventing mold growth helps with asthma, allergies, sleep and overall health. But when you can see mold growing it’s too late. With mold risk indication you can take action to prevent mold before it starts and keep your family and valuables safe.

4

HUMIDITY

Too much or too little humidity can affect allergies, asthma and cold or flu symptoms. When humidity levels are too high, mold and rot will occur. Low humidity levels cause static electricity, dry skin and hair, and increased susceptibility to colds and respiratory illness.

5

TEMPERATURE

Indoor temperatures can affect performance, mood and comfort level. Individual sleep patterns are also affected by indoor air temperature.

6

VOCs

VOCs are odors and chemicals emitted from many everyday products, including cleaners, paints and furniture, cosmetics, hobby products, cooking and even human breath.

7

PRESSURE

Barometric pressure is the ­pressure given by the ­ atmosphere at any given point. It is known as the “weight of the air” and changes depending on your elevation, as well as weather patterns.

In numbers

radon

Approximately 21,000 people in the US and 20,000 in the EU die from radon-related lung cancer every year.

tvoc

Studies have found that levels of VOCs average 2 to 5 times higher indoors than outdoors.

co2

An increase of 400ppm in CO2 caused cognitive function to decline by 21%, seriously impairing judgment and decision-making.

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Monitor indoor air quality

Making small changes to your every day habits can make a big impact on the health of your air. Take control of the air you breathe by monitoring indoor air quality in homes, schools, offices, and all other indoor spaces.

Our most popular products

View Plus

The most advanced smart air quality tech on the market measuring radon, particulate matter (PM), CO2, and more, plus a customizable display.
View Plus DKK2299

Wave Plus

The first battery-operated smart indoor air quality monitor with Radon detection, including sensors for temperature, air pressure, humidity, VOCs, and CO2.
Wave Plus DKK1699

Wave Radon

A smart radon detector with quick and accurate results on your smartphone.
Wave Radon DKK1399

Wave Mini

Now with mold risk indication! Wave Mini helps with asthma, allergies, sleep and overall health. The perfect first step to understanding health and comfort levels in any room.
Wave Mini DKK699

Home

Meet Corentium Home by Airthings, a simple to use, battery-operated radon gas detector with display.
Home DKK1399

Hub

Complete the system. The Airthings Hub brings one or more devices online providing on-demand access to your indoor air quality (IAQ) data at anytime, from anywhere!
Hub DKK699