Update: 2019-10-29 17:27 Source: LUFTMY
A 2008 report by the Canadian Medical Association estimated that as many as 21000 Canadians would die of air pollution that year, with dangerous particles as one of the specific pollutants identified. Particulate matter (PM) refers to tiny air particles, including solid particles and liquid particles, which will have a negative impact on air quality when inhaled, thus endangering the health of respiratory system. Do you know that there will be particulate pollution in the room? At this stage, a new particle sensor is introduced, which can help enterprises detect and reduce the risk of particles in the working environment.
We spend 90 percent of our time indoors, which underscores the importance of indoor air quality testing. Particles smaller than 2.5 microns in diameter in the air "pose the greatest threat to human health because they penetrate deep into the lungs." In addition, fine particulate matter (PM2.5) may contain dangerous pollutants, such as cancer-causing chemicals. Particle monitors can detect particles about 1 micron in size and alert when concentrations are dangerous.
Particle sensors provide a complete particle monitoring system: a small wireless device installed in the workspace tracks particle levels and transmits data via software, allowing managers to view data and alerts for easy access to their online dashboards.This provides owners with effortless real-time monitoring and accurate output accounting to do all they can to ensure the safety and health of their occupants.In addition, all monitoring tracks temperature and humidity, which is ideal for tracking and saving energy use costs.
Sources of indoor particulate matter can be combustion byproducts (soot), pollen, dust mites, animal dander, fungal spores (molds), aerosols, cigarette smoke, radon, formaldehyde, asbestos, and other toxins. The main way to improve indoor air quality is to "control pollution sources". Particle monitors help control the environment by detecting the presence of particles in the air being measured.
Particulate matter monitoring is a national issue, and companies need to carefully use personal particulate matter monitoring equipment indoors, as China's recent massive investment in air quality shows at a macro level. As the environment ministry points out, improved technology and accurate measurements provide "a more complete picture".
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