Indoor air quality sensors
The indoor air quality sensor can measure indoor PM2.5, formaldehyde, temperature and humidity and other parameters, with accurate measurement, temperature compensation, automatic alarm and other functions.
Indoor air quality sensor in hospitals and other healthcare facilities has been a hot topic for decades. The negative health effects of hospital exhausts such as wags and vaporized disinfectants are well known. Hospitals and health care facilities possess unique potentially hazardous compounds, increasing the pressure to monitor and control air quality in these facilities. In the past, indoor air quality (IAQ) in hospitals has had a devastating impact on the overall health of patients and staff.
Improved solutions and innovations for medical ventilation and indoor air quality sensors are at the forefront of minimizing these exposures. When done properly, these are core elements to ensure good indoor air quality in hospitals and other healthcare facilities, thereby minimizing the negative effects of air on health.
Waste gas scavenging
Hospitals use removal systems to collect medical waste gas. Hospital operating rooms use scavengers to collect anesthetic exhaust fumes. But removal is important to maintain safe exposure limits set by each regulatory body.
We use indoor air quality sensors in hospitals, mother and baby rooms, children’s rooms, schools, office buildings, hotels and other environmental testing places.