Air Quality Monitoring

Understand and manage building ventilation

Assess, respond, and monitor CO2 and air quality levels for best practice tenant environments, and Covid-19 ventilation rates.
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Why Air Quality Monitoring?

Carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring and easy, real-time visibility of data to create a safe environment.

CO2 Levels

Higher concentration of exhaled CO2 is the strongest COVID-19 infection risk proxy.

Temperature

Higher temperatures reduce transmission speed of pathogens such as COVID-19.

Humidity

Higher humidity levels reduce transmission speed of pathogens such as COVID-19.

Particulate Matter

Inhaling small particles (<10μm) can cause lung or heart related
health issues.

The impact of poor indoor air quality in buildings and office spaces

Poor air ventilation indoors can have serious health and productivity impacts on building and office inhabitants. Continual research concludes that CO2 levels above 1000ppm are less than ideal, and above 1500ppm can greatly impact productivity and cause serious risk to resident health and well-being, spread COVID-19, and in some cases cause acute and chronic long-term health conditions.

From the advent of COVID-19, the implications of inadequate indoor air ventilation have become more pronounced around the world. The focus turning to building owners and organisation leaders to better manage, control and showcase their buildings’ and offices’ indoor air quality levels so that occupants can feel more secure in their environments, and safe in the air they’re breathing.

Build COVID-19 resilience through better ventilation

Health and wellness, productivity and safety are among initial benefits of CO2 monitoring, but with the addition of COVID-19, business leaders and building owners can more easily manage risk, reputation, and continuity.

When it comes to COVID-19 you can’t manage what you can’t measure. Automated air monitoring solutions can help. Here are some scenarios to consider when analysing the return on investment for your business or building:

How the ESP Air Quality Monitor works: Complete end-to-end IoT solution

The ESP Air Quality Monitor is divided into two parts Sense & Collect and Centralise & Visualise. Here’s how it works.

ESP uses the SigFox Network, dedicated to the IoT, for connecting air monitoring solutions at scale.

Remote, continuous, scalable centralised CO2 monitoring in any indoor environment. Get the right information to the right person at the right time to take the right action.

Product specifications
Plug and play

Connected and operational within minutes. No tech support needed. Easy DIY mounting with simple screws or 3M tape.

Battery Powered

Five year battery live. No power supply or wiring needed.

Wireless

No Wifi or any wiring / cabling required. The 0G Network is independent of your IT infrastructure.

Continuous 24*7 Monitoring

Readings every 30 min and instant threshold alerts. Remote monitoring without the need to be on site.

Instant Data Visualisation

Gain insights, automate alerts. Get reports and audit trails. Anywhere, anytime.

5 Years Maintenance Free

Set and forget for five years without any maintenance or battery changes.

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If you would like to understand more about how to efficiently monitor the air quality of your office or building, please fill out the form below and one of the team will be in touch.