Air quality sensors can measure potentially dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide and dioxide, airborne substances such as particulate matter and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), as well as temperature and humidity. Sensors like these are a great way to understand the impact of the indoor environment on one’s overall health. Having a sense of what your indoor air quality is can help you take action and resolve issues before they become too serious.
Download our What Are Indoor Air Quality Sensors? informational sheet to print and distribute to your members. You may also post the PDF to your web site or blog.