CO2 – Measurement and Monitoring of Carbon Dioxide in Rooms
Room air monitoring is usually limited to humidity and temperature. Especially in times of a pandemic, measuring and monitoring CO2 is also very important. Correct ventilation in crowded rooms, will significantly reduce the risk of infections including the coronavirus. But when is the best time to ventilate? The carbon dioxide level (“parts per million” ppm) is the key indicator! Find out in the following video why monitoring of CO2 is generally important for our well-being and to judge the room air quality.
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Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a colorless and odorless gas that can only be detected with a measuring instrument and which is deadly in high concentrations. Rotronic CO2 transmitters are equipped with sensitive probes and are ideal for the demanding monitoring of indoor air. They simultaneously measure temperature and air humidity and are installed in climate zones or ventilation ducts for ventilation control in order to monitor indoor air quality continuously.
CO2 measuring instruments are also used to monitor air quality in underground car parks and tunnels, and perform valuable service in glasshouses, incubators and warehouses.
Guidelines for a healthy indoor climate (CO2, %rH and °C)
The monitoring of important indoor air parameters helps to minimize the risk of infection with viruses or bacteria and to increase well-being and concentration.
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