How a CO2 meter works
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CO2 meter and COVID-19
Good ventilation is an important measure against the spread of the coronavirus and various other germs. It is also important to ensure that there is a sufficient flow of fresh air in rooms where many people come together. Among other things, it promotes the ability to concentrate.
Now that the winter months are upon us, CO2 meters are attracting increasing attention. The windows will no longer be left ajar and everyone will be tempted to keep the cold air out as much as possible.
With the Covid-19 pandemic ever ongoing and studies showing that ventilating helps against the transmission of the virus, it is imperative to have an alert system that indicates if additional ventilation is necessary.
CO2 content and air quality
Whether a space is sufficiently ventilated is easy to determine by measuring the CO2 content of the air. People breathe out CO2 and if there is insufficient air exchange in the room, the CO2 value will increase. Combustion processes also release CO2.
The CO2 content in the air is a good indicator of air quality. A CO2 level that is too high in a room means that you need to ventilate more with outside air to achieve a healthy living environment.