What data is relevant when measuring the indoor climate?

The three most important factors which determine the indoor climate are:

  • the temperature
  • the humidity
  • the CO2 content

This data is measured precisely by the CO2-meter so that you are provided with objective results.

When the temperature is too low or too high, you notice it – you shiver or sweat.

But when it comes to CO2 content and humidity, people have no definitive sensor for it. This is where the CO2-meter comes in, measuring this data and analysing any issues (e.g. discomfort, damp, mould, problems in concentration).

If the air indoors is constantly too dry, this can lead to breathing problems in the long term or worsen existing issues such as a cough.

The same applies to an excessive CO2 content. This arises very quickly in any place where there are several people staying in one room, for example in offices or schools.

The CO2-meter objectively shows you the room’s current status in terms of CO2 content, temperature and humidity, and sends warning signals if the limit levels are exceeded.

Can you measure the indoor climate?

Why is it important to measure the indoor climate?

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