Help your customers to improve indoor air quality

Home owners and building occupants can hardly be aware of the effects of poor indoor air quality on their health. Low productivity, drowsiness and headache may be some of the symptoms of an elevated concentration of carbon dioxide in the indoor air. Occupants of a building can least suspect this. HVAC professionals have the responsibility to inform customers of the health risk associated with inadequate ventilation as it is one of the causes of high CO2 levels.


Extech CO250 Portable CO2 Indoor Air Quality Meter / Datalogger


Conducting a simple CO2 test with Extech CO250 Indoor Air Quality meter can go a long way to improve the quality of air consumed by building occupants. This portable device measures Carbon dioxide levels air temperature, dew point, wet bulb temperature and humidity. It can detect CO2 levels up to 5000 ppm as well as temperature ranging from -10 to 60°C. Extech CO250 is perfect for diagnosing poor indoor air quality in school buildings, conference rooms, office buildings and in the home. Using this indoor air quality instrument will help to ensure proper ventilation.


Filed under: Articles | Posted on August 1st, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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