Why measure CO2 in HVAC applications?


Ensuring sufficient air quality is a vital part of creating a healthy indoor air environment and living space.

While you may not know it many schools, universities, restaurants, and offices commonly use carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors to monitor and control indoor air quality. However, with the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a recent focus on proper air quality and additional guidelines are being issued for educational institutions and businesses to enhance ventilation in order to assist in mitigating the transmission of many air-borne illnesses.


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