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Explore the Extech CO250 for its numerous applications

The Indoor air quality meter, Extech CO250, has in its capacity to provide you the opportunity to regulate the quality of air in any indoor environment. The device can show you accurate prediction of indoor air pollution associated with CO2 which is commonly found in offices, schools, greenhouses, hospitals and any shared housing. .

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Extech CO250 detects not only Carbon dioxide but also Carbon monoxide

The Extech CO250 can read temperatures ranging from -10 to 60°C. This device works best in ambient room temperatures. The device includes has an NDIR sensor that requires no maintenance purposely for detecting Carbon monoxide. Extech CO250 weighs 190g. It comes with six buttons in the front that will help you to switch between modes [...]

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Use the right indoor air quality monitor, Extech CO250

Carbon dioxide concentration in the indoor environment can be managed properly only if the right instrument is used. Extech CO250 is an indoor air quality device that helps you to measure CO2 levels up to 5000 ppm indoors. Adding to that, this device can also check temperature and humidity levels. Results of these readings are [...]

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Protect yourelf from toxic mould including black mould

The amount water vapour contained in the air is referred to as relative humidity. This condition encourages mould growth and dust mite population. Moulds are always in the air but they require just a considerable amount of moisture to grow. The spores released by moulds are a seed of mould growth that land on damp [...]

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What is mould and is it dangerous?

Moulds are microorganisms that grow every where they find moisture both indoor and outdoor environments. They enter into your home from outside air through the windows, doorways, and HVAC systems. People also carry moulds along into their homes on their bodies, shoes, bags, clothing and pets. All that moulds need to grow is moisture. When [...]

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