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24.03.2021

CO2 measuring device for a healthy room climate

Ventilation and monitoring of indoor air for health

‘Corona under control’ – no matter how much we might wish it, we will probably have to wait longer before this headline becomes reality. Until then, we’ll just have to limit our contact with others, observe the hygiene rules, and be cautious.

Bringing fresh air into a room in short bursts is one of the main recommended actions to help prevent transmission of the virus. But everyone is also familiar with the tiresome arguments that result. No sooner has the window been opened – whether at home, in the office, at school, at the hairdresser’s, or in the doctor’s waiting room – than people begin to complain: The window is opened too frequently, left open for too long, it’s too cold, there’s a draught, and it seems completely unnecessary. You can avoid these arguments with the ‘Safe’ air quality measuring device from Hama. It gives information not only about temperature and humidity, but also about the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air. And this CO2 value allows conclusions to be drawn about aerosols, which could contain the virus. Apart from this, poor air quality is often a trigger of headaches, lack of concentration and fatigue.

The measuring device, comparable in size to an alarm clock, is equipped with a reliable NDIR sensor, and is a good way to monitor the room air. A traffic light system provides at-a-glance information on the air quality. If the indicator goes from green (good) to yellow (normal) and finally to red (poor), then it’s time to ventilate – the device also emits an acoustic warning signal to remind you. Thanks to the integrated battery, which lasts about 3.5 hours and is charged via Micro-USB, the measuring device operates independently of the power socket and can be used anywhere.

Item No. 186434 Air Quality Measuring Device "Safe"

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