Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
In order to ensure compliance with requirements for a comfortable indoor environment, humidity monitoring instruments, and also some CO2 sensors and temperature, are used to track air quality. Although the optimum regulation of humidity, CO2, and temperature content by evaluating air quality indoor is more efficient to fulfill the challenges of several people than absolute temperature control, well-being is the result of interactions of many parameters.
What Effect Does Humidity Have On Air Quality?
Supply ventilation systems regulate airflow based on the people in a given space. The target is to have a clean and safe environment for the residents by power ventilation.
Better indoor environmental quality is described as follows by the European standard EN 13779: 2007: “The Concentration of co2 can be used to classify air quality.” This statement is required for the success of supply ventilation, which involves measuring CO2 levels and controlling ventilation accordingly. The regulation also establishes the normal Co2 levels for indoors, which is significantly greater than the standard Concentration of co2 from the outside air. Modern ventilation service are based on the assumptions throughout the order to provide adequate indoor environmental quality while remaining energy efficient.