Every Breath You Take: Healthier Air

Airthings, June 20, 2016

With each breath, we inhale about a half a liter of air from our environment. If the air we pull in is clean, we stay healthy. If it has contaminants in it, it could make us sick. Just how healthy is the air you breathe every day?

Our built environments are becoming contaminated by the very things we install to make our lives comfortable, colorful, and interesting. Plastics and resins from carpeting and furnishings outgas petroleum byproducts. Flame retardants and stain repellents inject chemicals related to cancer, infertility, birth defects, early puberty, obesity, and autism. Personal care products send out fragrances that act as endocrine disruptors. Then there are the chemicals operating in stealth mode, without scent, color, or taste, quietly streaming into our environment undetected.

Few of us know how contaminated the air that we breathe really is, 12 to 20 times a minute, 60 minutes per hour, 24 hours per day. We assume that our government is overseeing the situation, with officials checking construction, administrators monitoring details, managers keeping tabs on maintenance, and congressmen on the lookout for danger, but that is not always the case.

Taking on the Challenge

It is hard for governments to cover all the bases these days. If you’d really like to know what’s in the air you breathe, it’s best to take control by monitoring your own space.

Corentium AS understands your concern, and has created a line of easy-to-use monitors that warn of unhealthy indoor air—specifically seeking out radon gas. Empowering individuals with a device that they can operate themselves, taking air quality measurements with a hand held, mobile monitor, Corentium puts the power of accurate, reliable air quality monitoring firmly in your hands. Measure where you want, when you want, as many times as you want, to ensure your space is a radon safe environment.

No more waiting 90 days for test results, keeping watch over vials of chemicals designed to measure contaminants, or calling strangers into your home or office to perform the tests for you.  With the Corentium monitor, immediate information is at your fingertips, whenever you have concerns about your environment.

Physics, Electronics, and Technology in the Palm of Your Hand

Designed by an elite team of researchers and developers that think differently about physics, electronics, and technology, Corentium products perform complicated tasks, quickly, accurately, and precisely, with the simple touch of a button. If you can handle the technology of three standard batteries, that’s as complicated as it gets. Click. Then read the display. It is really that easy.

Read more about air quality and pollution here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_pollution

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