What is the solution?
AirQtrack, of course !
Where should it be used ?
Indoor air quality case study
Bedroom with two occupants and closed door. The room had 168 square feet and 9 feet of ceiling
CO2 levels rose from 500 to 2500 ppm over an 8-hour period.
Now imagine how the indoor air pollution impacts an 8 hour long class.
Still doubtful? Here's some stats, on a global scale...
Air pollution, loss of life expectancy 3 years.
Smoking, loss of life expectancy of 2.2 years; 7.2 million deaths/year.
Malaria, loss of life expectancy of 0.6 years; 600,000 deaths/year.
Wars, loss of life expectancy of 0.3 years; 530,000 deaths/year.
Why is indoor air quality important?
It has been known that air quality is in direct correlation with our life expectancy, our mental health and our physical health.
The COVID-19 pandemic, has shown us the importance of air quality and that sometimes, sanitization is not enough.
The air quality inside a building must be filled with different and good bacteria that recreate the same balance within our body as walking in nature. By keeping all of these bacteria outdoors and sanitizing everything, we are actually destroying the fragile balance between the micro-organisms (bacteria) essential to our health and within our bodies.
How does bad indoor air quality manifest ?
That's a sign of bad air quality.
A high concentration of CO2 in the air can lead to:
Word of our founder
It is therefore essential that we understand what is happening inside our buildings and invest our time and money in the right place.
It is also important to better understand the consequences of our actions in order to better evaluate the best solutions.
It goes without saying that today, information will quickly become the key to technological advancements.
CEO & CO-FOUNDER of BedBreeZzz