Air Quality Monitors

You might find it surprising to learn that the air in your home or business might be harmful to your health, even though they smell fresh.

That’s because dangerous gases like carbon monoxide and radon – the largest cause of lung cancer outside smoking and industrial pollution – have no odor or color. Even when these gases are present in the atmosphere, the air is clean and breathable to the human eyes. That’s why every home and business needs air quality monitors to take air samples in order to protect their families and employees.

Beyond detecting the presence of harmful colorless and odorless gases, most air quality monitors detect and measure the levels of oxygen, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon dioxide.

While you can eliminate pollution using purifiers and with adequate ventilation, an air quality monitor helps identify the exact gas and particles you should remove or reduce.