Sources of indoor air pollution
Tens of millions of houses are renovated every year, and more than 60% of the houses are polluted with formaldehyde to varying degrees. Consumers are paying more and more attention to indoor air quality, and they are more worried about pollution caused by decoration. How do we know indoor air quality? How to test it? The answer, of course, is to use an air sensor.
Sources of air pollution during decoration
- Pollution of decoration materials. Indoor decoration materials are the most important aspect of household indoor air pollution. Paints, man-made boards, glues, adhesives, coatings, etc. used in decoration all contain organic pollutants such as VOC and formaldehyde. These toxic materials enter the room and easily cause various diseases of the human body
- Caused by furniture. Furniture is an important part of the decoration of new houses. Many people buy furniture cheaply and ignore the quality, thus ignoring the impact of inferior furniture on health and safety. According to the information provided by the Indoor Environment Monitoring Center of the China Interior Decoration Association, indoor air pollution caused by furniture has become the third largest source of pollution after household decoration and decoration pollution and construction pollution.
In addition, there are pollution from the building itself and pollution from household appliances.
Use air sensor to detect indoor air
Using an air quality sensor to detect indoor air quality is a simple and efficient method. The sensor can detect TVOC, TVOC+eCO2, TVOC+eCO2+PM2.5/10+temperature and humidity, TVOC+eCO2+temperature and humidity, 24 hours a day. TVOC+eCO2, real-time monitoring of indoor home environment conditions to ensure a good living environment.
Air quality monitoring methods
To monitor air quality, a variety of air quality monitoring equipment can be used to realize 24-hour real-time and uninterrupted monitoring of air 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 monitoring stations, formaldehyde detectors, TVOC detectors, PM10/PM2.5 Particulate matter detector.