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GasLab has years of experience measuring indoor air quality Products designed for indoor air quality and HVAC applications.
Fresh air typically contains about 400 parts per million (0.04%) carbon dioxide. In occupied homes, offices or classrooms this can rise up to 1,200 ppm or higher if fresh air is not constantly added.
To monitor or control carbon dioxide levels indoors, GasLab offers a wide range of ambient air CO2 sensors. These sensors measure up to 10,000 ppm in enclosed areas like offices, homes or classrooms.
Particulate Matter Sensors
PM 2.5 the most common reference for particulate measurement. It refers to 2.5 micron (0.0025mm) dimension of the particulate most often associated with lung and respiratory disease. For this reason, PM 2.5 measurement is worldwide standard to measure air quality.
Tools to measure indoor particulate matter are increasingly important. For example, the GasLab Plus Multi-Gas Detector measures PM 2.5 & PM 10 particle count. For OEM manufacturers or researchers who what to measure particulate matter GasLab offers two models of particulate matter sensor that measure PM1.0, PM2.5 and PM10 in μg/m³.
Handheld Multi-Gas Detectors
Indoor air quality relies on HVAC systems that balance heating and cooling with air quality to maximize occupant comfort while minimizing energy costs.
To do this efficiently, the GasLab Plus Multi-Gas Detector measures oxygen, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, PM 2.5 & PM 10 particle count, relative humidity and temperature.