In recent years, with the frequent occurrence of winter haze weather, air quality has begun to attract more and more people's attention. Therefore, an air pollution detector is used. In addition to looking at the weather, wind, temperature, and precipitation, you must also look at the air quality before going out. In my impression, summer is the season of good air, because there is no haze, this is true. However, summer is the season with the most serious indoor air pollution. When we enjoy cold water, watermelon, and cold drinks in the air-conditioned room, our bodies feel the "torture" of the invisible "killer".
Air pollution detector background
First, air-conditioning pollution. Many people do not clean the inside of the air conditioner first when using the air conditioner. Causing indoor air pollution. The inside of the air conditioner is a dark and humid environment. Suitable for the growth and reproduction of mites, molds, viruses and "legionella". They are hidden in the air conditioner. Continuously enter the indoor air through the circulating air flow, and are scattered in all corners of the room. Second, poor ventilation. When the air conditioner is turned on. We will close the doors and windows to prevent the air conditioner from leaking.
This makes the room in a closed state, the outdoor indoor air cannot circulate. The concentration of carbon dioxide continues to rise. Other pollutants are also circulated indoors, and the air quality is getting worse and worse. Third, formaldehyde pollution. Temperature is one of the main factors affecting the release of formaldehyde. The volatilization point of formaldehyde is 19°C. The higher the temperature, the more intense the volatilization. In the hot summer, the release of formaldehyde will accelerate. Studies have shown that for every 1 degree Celsius increase in room temperature. The volatilized formaldehyde from wooden furniture and floors will increase the concentration of formaldehyde in indoor air by 0.15-0.37 times. In addition to the airtight environment of the air-conditioned room. Harmful gases such as formaldehyde will also remain and accumulate in the room. Fourth, microbial contamination. Summer is hot and rainy.
The role of air pollution detector
Various pathogens in the air multiply violently, especially in humid corners of the room. Where it is very easy to breed fungi. And during the process of mass reproduction, the fungus will give off a bad smell. Moreover, the hot and humid environment in summer is also prone to rapid deterioration of food. Which increases the probability of various biological pollution. Fifth, ozone pollution. There is little haze in summer, but high ozone content. Environmental experts say that the clearer the weather, the stronger the sun, the more serious the ozone pollution. And the lower the air quality.
Too much ozone in the outdoor air easily leads to too high indoor ozone concentration. Sixth, chemical pollution. There are more mosquitoes in summer, and people generally use pesticides, deodorants and other chemicals indoors. Although these chemicals may not directly affect human health, if they are used for a long time. They will inevitably cause secondary air pollution. Therefore, we can use indoor air quality detectors to monitor the particulate matter, formaldehyde. CO2 concentration and other air quality parameters in the air in real time to maintain a good indoor air environment.