Why is it important to measure CO2 levels?
Air quality monitoring plays a key role as a measure ofprevention against the spread of COVID-19 in indoor environmentsand contributing to the reduction of infections.
measure theCO2 levels is a valuable indicatorof contagion by aerosols and facilitates the control of capacity and ventilation in spaces.
why measure air quality
To activate the protocolAIR RENEWALcontrolled, by opening windows and doors that can lead to cross ventilation.
Use of masks
To minimize the effects ofPROLONGED USEof the masks, which suppose the appearance of other diseases related to the mucous membranes and skin.
Allow CONTROL THE CAPACITYof sick people to a room, by monitoring access and detecting body temperature.
To notify ofRISK OF CONTAMINATIONby aerosols, if people are concentrated in a room or classroom raising the tone of voice excessively.
To improve theINTERIOR QUALITY INDEX, activating the purifier that will be able to eliminate polluting particles, viruses and bacteria.
To avoid theCONTINUED EXHIBITIONto contaminants from viruses or bacteria, and from furniture manufacturing materials or building construction materials.
Performance and wellness
To increase well-being y THE PERFORMANCEin the tasks of workers and students, where noise is an obvious parameter that alters the performance of people.
To control theENERGY EFFICIENCY, even integrating itself into the building's home automation system and achieving savings on the electricity bill in the extreme winter or summer months.
When several people are in a room for a certain time, the concentration of CO2 rises. If these people are also talking to each other or on the phone, these levels will rise even faster.Adevice capable of measuring this gas, such as TALES180º, allows us to know if the room is well ventilated or not based on the accumulated concentration.
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