Monitoring the indoor air improves productivity, reduces sick leave and lets you optimize your energy usage. Ensuring a safe and healthy environment in kindergartens, schools, colleges and universities.
Good air quality can result in a 61% improvement in cognitive tasks, and classrooms often have the worst air quality in the building.
Healthy air lowers the survival rate of viruses and reduces sick leave by 58%. Poor air quality and radon levels can lead to health problems including cancer.
Monitoring takes the guesswork out of ventilation, so you only use energy when you need to. Saving energy costs vacations and weekends.
Airborne chemicals (VOCs)