Air quality impact
User:JXCTUpload time:Dec 09 2021
How big is the impact of air quality on health?

The first is the smog that we are familiar with. The most direct impact of smog is our respiratory health, causing various respiratory diseases. The impact of haze on the respiratory system is far more than chronic diseases. But a full range of significant harm from acute pneumonia and asthma to long-term tumors. The second is VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), which we often ignore. Due to the close correlation between the cardiovascular system and the respiratory system, VOCs often also cause serious cardiovascular diseases. Regardless of whether it is long-term or short-term exposure to air pollution. It can cause an increase in a series of cardiovascular events including myocardial infarction, stroke, heart failure. Arrhythmia and venous thrombosis. Therefore, the air quality monitoring system and the VOC online monitoring system are indispensable equipment for air quality monitoring.

Air quality testing methods

Air quality testing can use a variety of air quality testing equipment to realize 24-hour real-time and uninterrupted monitoring quality and upload data. There are many types of air monitoring equipment, which can not only monitor the haze. But also accurately monitor the air components harmful to the human body, such as Air quality testing stations. Formaldehyde detectors, TVOC detectors, PM10/PM2.5 Particulate matter detector.

The quality of air reflects the degree of air pollution, which is judged based on the concentration of pollutants in the air. Air pollution is a complex phenomenon, and the concentration of air pollutants at a specific time and place is affected by many factors.

There are many substances that affect air quality, so the monitoring of air quality is also more complicated, and there are many sensors used. The air quality sensor can detect TVOC, TVOC+eCO2, TVOC+eCO2+PM2.5/10+temperature and humidity, TVOC+eCO2+temperature and humidity, TVOC+eCO2.

Air quality monitoring
Air quality monitoring