How to keep indoor air quality AKO
How to keep indoor air quality?
Carbon dioxide, the gas exhaled when we breathe, is a key component in the viral spread in indoor spaces, such as schools, nursing homes, offices and cinemas.
By measuring CO2 gas concentration values and relative air humidity within a 40% to 70% range, our protection devices AKODATACLIMA and AKOGASNDIR CO2 trigger a warning when the maximum thresholds for poor air quality are exceeded, in order to ventilate the room, reduce its occupancy or even connect it to the air-conditioning systems so as to activate air circulation and air renewal. In this way, we can greatly reduce the viral spread.
As Xavier Albets-Chico, our Head of Research, explains below: