FAQ EnviSense CO2 monitor

After purchasing the EnviSense CO2 meter, you may have some questions. To help you, here are the most frequently asked questions and their answers. Is your question not here? Please don't hesitate to contact us. Where should I place the EnviSense CO2 monitor? The CO2 meter measures the concentration at the point where the [...]


Consequences of a poorly ventilated area

The level of CO2 is expressed in ppm (parts per milion), we recommend a limit value of 1000 ppm for a healthy indoor climate. From and above 1200 ppm, the indoor climate is really unhealthy and needs direct ventilation. Next to the CO2 level, air humidity is also an important factor. Air that is [...]


A healthy indoor climate in the fight against the coronavirus

The benefit of actively working on the indoor climate has never been so clear as it is today. We live with an invisible enemy that spreads not only through surfaces, but also through the air. Infections seem to occur mainly indoors. That the indoor climate plays a role in this is obvious, and that [...]


The effects of CO2 in the workplace

After a long day of work your start to get a headache, maybe you even feel a little nauseous? There is a good chance that you have been in a room with a too high concentration of CO2 for too long. People then go outside for a breath of fresh air. Literally to get [...]


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