Monitor CO2 for Optimum Safety with Euromate’s Portable CO2 Monitor – Air-Box.
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Euromate Pure Air Presents Air-Box
Euromate Pure Air’s Air-box is the ultimate CO2 monitor for optimum safety. Unlike other brands, Air-box has a multifunction detection feature, which detects CO2, HCHO, PM1.0, PM2.5, and PM10.
With an infrared Carbon dioxide sensor, the data is updated every second without the influence of oxygen on the data. The Air-box provides accurate measurement sensitivity and can detect particles smaller than 1um.
The 16-bit full HD screen with colored labeling makes identification relatively easier for the user. The design is contemporary and simple, making it a sleek decorative product for your room, kitchen, car, or work desk. The portable Carbon Dioxide monitor is lightweight and comes with a mobile app to monitor your air quality on the go.
The Advanced Built-In Infrared Technology Ensures High Measurement Sensitivity; Detect Particles Smaller Than 1 um in Real-time.
Track Air Quality with Mobile App
Use the mobile app to monitor your air quality on the go.
16-bit Full HD screen with color labeling ensures quick identification of air quality levels.
Detects CO2, HCHO, PM, temperature, and humidity in the air.
Why Do we Need to Measure Carbon Dioxide Levels?
High and unmonitored CO2 concentrations can cause headaches, nausea, dizziness, and a stinging sensation. Higher amounts can cause breathing difficulties (shortness of breath), perspiration, tiredness, vomiting, and increased heart rate. At extremely high levels, it may lead to unconsciousness.
Though the ambient air contains diluted CO2, it is not evident within a building or a confined space, such as a restaurant, bedroom, or workplace. It is even worse in populated areas with poor ventilation systems like schools, banks, and auditoriums.
Therefore, regular monitoring is essential to ensure proper and timely management of normal levels. Typically, CO2 concentration is between 25 and 400 ppm in the outdoor air, while up to 1000 ppm is the maximum concentration in an occupied indoor space with adequate ventilation measures. However, all levels above 1000 ppm are considered dangerous for human health. Therefore, a CO2 sensor is an essential safety equipment that must be used along with the existing ventilation system so that timely decisions can be taken to improve the air quality.
Benefits of CO2 Monitoring
- Prevents the risk of coronavirus infection
- Improves sleep quality and mental health
- Balanced Carbon dioxide levels help increase cognitive functions
- It promotes a healthy lifestyle and boosts the immune system
- It prevents sick building syndrome caused due to poor air quality
- Reduces Pollution
COVID-19 and CO2 Monitors
Carbon dioxide levels in buildings are becoming increasingly correlated to the spread of infection through the air. Stats suggest that concentration levels of 800 ppm or more are not a good sign. Any space with such levels must be left immediately. According to recent research, Carbon dioxide monitoring is an inexpensive and effective way to assess the risk of people contracting COVID-19.
As a result, CO2 monitors could serve as a ‘canary in the coalmine’ for coronavirus mitigation. Higher levels of Carbon dioxide in a room may have increased the possibility of COVID-19 if an infected person is in the room. Even though balanced CO2 levels do not completely eradicate the risk of COVID-19, it reduces the chance of transmission as it allows for pointing out the state of ventilation.
This assessment of air quality has become necessary during a global pandemic. With the help of the Euromate pure air CO2 meter, you can detect whether your space is poorly ventilated, take necessary actions to improve it, and in turn, reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Areas of Application
Air Box, can be used in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.
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Co2 Monitoring is essential to determine if adequate and healthy ventilation is being provided to the students and the staff. High levels of carbon dioxide have proven to lower 80% of students’ cognitive performance and cause long-term health problems. Increased levels also have a direct and unfavorable impact on decision-making abilities. With the help of CO2 Sensors in schools, these levels can be continuously monitored, and hence, informed decisions can be taken on time.
On average, people spend around 8 hours daily at work. It could involve a group of people spending several hours in a confined environment and thus, being subject to increasing Carbon dioxide levels. Air quality in an office or work environment must be adequate to ensure good work performance and the well-being of the workforce. The Euromate Pure Air’s Air-Box is easy to place in offices due to its sleek and lightweight design. With offices re-opening after the global pandemic outbreak, it is consequential to consider the health risks excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere possesses.
Home is where you spend most of your time, and being exposed to a high concentration of carbon dioxide throughout the day is detrimental to your health. In extreme cases, high levels of carbon dioxide in the air can be life-threatening. Thanks to Euromate Pure Air CO2 Monitor for home, now you can measure atmospheric levels in real-time without any hassle.
A carbon dioxide monitor identifies poor ventilation areas via its CO2 sensor. It measures Carbon dioxide concentration level in parts per million (ppm).
The recommended level of carbon dioxide indoors should be close to 400 ppm. For outdoor air, the concentration should be less than 700 ppm.
The scope of carbon dioxide sensors is broad, with applications in brewing, pharmaceutical, agricultural greenhouses, food and other sectors where monitoring of CO2 concentration is required.
Academic scholars have concluded that exposure to CO2 levels as low as 1000 ppm is dangerous to human health, as it can result in various health conditions such as headache, fatigue and dizziness. Exposure of humans to CO2 levels as high as 40,000 ppm is known to be highly dangerous because it can cause asphyxiation.
A CO2 monitor from a reliable company, such as Euromate Pure Air, easily measures the levels of CO2 in your house. These devices feature a gas sensor technology to measure the concentration level.
There are several sources of high carbon dioxide in your house, such as HVAC systems, Fireplace, Poorly-ventilated and crowded rooms, Smoking, Gas stovetops
Opening doors and windows can dilute the concentration of carbon dioxide. However, it can also bring outdoor pollutants indoors. Therefore, installing air filtration technology is highly effective in reducing CO2 levels and eliminating other pollutants.
Carbon dioxide sensors come in different ranges, from 1000 parts per million to 100 per cent CO2. Choosing a CO2 sensor with the correct range is important because it works more accurately when the range of CO2 levels is narrow.