Air Quality Monitoring and Awareness
The WELL feature requires projects to provide acceptable air quality levels, as determined by public health authorities.
People spend approximately 90% of their time in enclosed spaces - in homes, offices, schools or other building environments. During this time, inhalation exposure to indoor air pollutants can lead to a variety of negative short and long-term health and well-being outcomes that can vary in severity.
The most common indoor air contaminants are combustion sources, such as candles, tobacco products, stoves, furnaces and fireplaces, that release pollutants, such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and small particles into the air. Building materials, furnishings, fabrics, cleaning products, personal care products and air fresheners can also emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) into the indoor environment.
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The requirement for ongoing measurement of contaminate data to educate and empower occupants about their environmental quality is the goal for our 'Air' module.
We have an ecosystem of products, including air quality sensors and detectors that give real time monitoring feedback.
This allows designated individuals to fix any deviations in indoor quality metrics and minimize occupant exposure to pollutants. In addition to having robust and calibrated sensors, positioning them correctly plays a crucial role in the accurate assessment of air quality.
When working with us to deliver this module we work with your architects or designers to plot out positioning data on detailed drawings via CAD.
We can display the feedback via our intelligence platform on our app, web or through screens in the building. This is all made possible because we supply, install and maintain every part of the ecosystem.
It is our goal to assist you every step of the way and create a fully sustainable and robust set of tools that can give you and your staff the kind of environment you want to work and be productive in.
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