AEMC® - Indoor Air Quality. Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality has become an increasingly important issue in recent years. Numerous studies show that environmental factors in the office, classroom, and home can have a detrimental impact on physical comfort and mental performance. One particular area of focus is carbon dioxide, which can impact human health and performance, while also serving as an indicator of your ventilation system’s efficiency.
To help monitor the air quality in your facility, AEMC provides a variety of data loggers, including the Air Quality Logger Model 1510 for measuring carbon dioxide, humidity, and temperature. Other AEMC instruments can help monitor air flow, dew point, and other environmental parameters.
In this video, we explain why understanding and controlling common pollutants within a building can help reduce health risks for its occupants -- while often providing the additional benefit of improving productivity and reducing energy consumption.
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