High concentrations of CO2 and/or VOCs can cause symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, difficulty concentrating and respiratory problems. At high levels, CO2 can also be hazardous to health, leading to problems such as convulsions and loss of consciousness.
This is why the use of air quality sensors in indoor spaces is crucial. These sensors are designed to monitor CO2 and VOC levels in real time, and can detect critical situations where these compounds reach dangerous thresholds.
By detecting these high levels, air quality sensors enable rapid intervention, such as activating an additional ventilation system or evacuating the space, thus avoiding serious incidents to the health of occupants.
Thanks to these sensors, it is possible to prevent the risks associated with poor indoor air quality, improve the comfort of those present in buildings, and guarantee healthier and safer working and living conditions.