Improved safety for buildings and users
Increasing air pollution leads to high levels of fine dust pollution, impacting not only the environment, but also the human respiratory system. Urban areas are particularly affected as the level of pollutants in the air is rising steadily. Particulates created by different combustion processes enter through the nose, mouth, as well as throat and penetrate deep into the lungs, potentially causing a multitude of cardiovascular diseases, bronchitis, asthma, or lung cancer. The new PM 2.5 air duct fine dust sensors precisely measure and monitor the indoor and outside air quality, thus protecting the safety of building occupants. Together with a building management system, the sensors control the air quality in air handling units and can follow the air pollution in one or multiple rooms. Designed especially for a healthy room climate, the new sensor is available in two variants. One sensor has duct probes that detect fine dust PM2.5, which are harmful to humans, and PM10. The other option has multiple measurement capabilities to measure fine dust, humidity and temperature. The new duct type fine dust sensor design makes maintenance fast and easy.