Improving indoor air quality can not only reduce transmission of Covid-19 and other airborne diseases, but also improve public health for the long term. By using CO2, temperature, and humidity data loggers to monitor the indoor environment, building owners, facilities managers, and occupants can take an informed approach to balancing good air quality with comfort.
The links below will guide you through monitoring CO2
to assess indoor air quality and balancing good indoor air quality
with occupant comfort and energy savings.
An introduction to the guide and why indoor air quality is
A guide to CO2 monitoring and using CO2
data loggers to measure indoor air quality.
How to strike the balance between good air quality and good
comfort levels, using simultaneous temperature and humidity
An overview of how to use temperature and humidity loggers
alongside CO2 loggers to help save energy and money.
The references used throughout this guide, along with
recommended further reading.