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The Flair Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor detects and analyzes key air quality measures that have health and wellness implications for you and your facilities. The device is able to accurately detect, measure, and report key metrics in an open space of up to 5,000 square feet at a time.
The Flair Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor designed for healthy and energy-efficient commercial applications. The Flair IAQ Monitor is designed to work with customizable indoor sensors that can be integrated into the modular cartridge design as shown. Flair’s proprietary modular sensor designs provide high precision monitoring. The ejectable sensors can easily be replaced and updated at the end of their life cycle ensuring that you always receive the best monitoring technology.
The Flair Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor has an open API architecture, making it easy to integrate into most BMS systems. Our BMS Integrations also provide the ability to use the TL Flair as a smart thermostat, allowing for manual input of the desired temperature that is sent directly to the BMS system. Indoor air quality is an essential factor in the safety of your facility, so having communication between the Flair IAQ monitor and your HVAC controls can help reassure clean, safe air for the areas that need it most.
The Flair Smart Indoor Air Quality Monitor is an effective tool for analyzing your indoor air quality and safety. Our systems allows you to get data on various types of pollutants that exist in your facility. Here are the most important metrics that directly pertain to airborne risk of harmful pathogens and pollutants:
Air Quality Index (AQI) refers to the EPA’s index for reporting air quality, on a scale from 0 – 500. This index keeps in mind all the major pollutants, pathogens and risks in the air that directly effect health
This is measured in terms of concentration of the total amount of 0.1 – 2.5 micron sized particles in the air meter cubed.
Our monitors measure off types of particulate matter that range from 0.1 – 2.5 microns in diameter. This size range includes dangerous pathogen particles like COVID-19, influenza, and other bacteria that can cause airborne transmission of disease.
Organic chemicals that have high vapor pressure at ordinary room temperature. Inhaling large amounts of them is not safe for your respirary system. The smaller particulates mentioned above, including viruses and biological pathogens, will attach to TVOCs. This will allow them to live longer and travel through the air more easily. TVOCs are measured in parts per billion (ppb) which refers to the number of particles that are VOCs out of every billion air particles.
These factors in your environment make it easier for pathogens to linger longer in the air. Germs and bacteria are more likely to fester in your air at certain humidity, temperature and CO2 levels. TVOCs also stay in the air longer based on the concentration of CO2 and at unique combinations of humidity and temperatures in the room.
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