AQSafe indoor air quality monitor observes indoor air quality with up to 12 sensor varieties, including pressure, temperature, relative humidity, and GPS. Our sensor detection ranges from dust (PM1, 2.5, and 10), noise, radiation, and many other chemical compounds found indoors.
The AQSafe features a compact, low profile design. It is both easy to install and operate. Not only has it been proven for long term stability, but all sensors have been calibrated and prepared for your space. The AQSafe is your new companion for indoor air quality monitoring, built with labor saving, cost-effective, and health and comfort measures in mind.
The AQSafe features built in software for graphical representation, statistical data, and alarm systems. The touch screen incorporates control over a variety of advanced gas sensor technologies, designed to monitor the target gases (which can be specified at the time of ordering). A full list of sensors is available on our website by clicking here.
AQSafe has played a key role in ensuring critical spaces such as isolation rooms, operating rooms, pharmacies, and cleanrooms are safe from contamination. The intelligent system continuously monitors all environmental parameters including pressure, temperature, humidity, particulates, CO2, O2, VOCs, and O3.
Pressure: Safeguard against air leaks and ensure HVAC system is providing the adequate positive pressure for proper air isolation.
Particulate Monitor: AQsafe provides continuous monitor of all air born particles including water droplets and pathogens down to 0.3 μm.
Oxygen: Excessive air circulation and isolation can cause reduction of O2 and increase in CO2 levels. AQSafe will monitor all these critical parameters to ensure occupants are breathing safe and healthy air.
O3: UV disinfectants used widely in hospitals, isolation rooms, and industry can cause free ozone to be released in the indoor air causing sever health issues.
Volatile Organic Compounds: the use of disinfectants and sanitizers will release harmful VOCs in the air causing short term and long term health effects on patients and occupants.
In order to successfully protect your food and produce in storage against loss of moisture, decay, and aging, the proper tools must be used to regulate your air quality. Oxygen and nitrogen levels, carbon dioxide as well as relative humidity and temperature must be both monitored and controlled. Let Scentroid’s AQSafe help you protect your storage facility.
For food storage, we recommend the following sensors:
Ethylene, Carbon Dioxide, Temperature, E2 organic solvents, TRS and amines, total VOC’s, and relative humidity.
Your data centre never sleeps! It must be successfully protected from corrosion, moisture, temperature fluctuations and most importantly – dust. Data centers must also adhere to certain limits for specific chemical active substances such as SO2, H2S, CL2, HCL, HF, NH3, O3, and NO2 in accordance to IEC 60721-3 Class 3 C1. Therefore, the right tools must be utilized to regulate your air quality. You need an air quality monitor that works as hard as your data centre.
However, for data centres, we would recommend the following sensors:
Dust (particulate matter 2.5 and 10), chlorine gas, ozone, sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, temperature, and relative humidity.
Indoor air pollution can have significant and harmful effects on individuals present. The US Environmental protection agency (EPA) studies of human exposure to air pollutants indicate that indoor levels of pollutants may be 2, 5, or even occasionally 100 times higher than outdoor levels.
You need an Indoor air quality monitor that can protect the ones who need it most.
For schools and hospitals, we would recommend the following sensors:
Dust, carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds, temperature, and relative humidity.
From growing to harvesting and extracting oils, drying, and curing, the process of cultivating cannabis can require multiple steps with complex ambient air requirements. When growing indoors, maintaining an ideal atmosphere inside the grow-room is essential. Air temperatures should be maintained, and adequate levels of CO2 and Ozone (O3) must be present for the plants to grow efficiently. Assuming adequate light and nutrients are available to plants, the limiting factor in plant growth is the level of carbon dioxide present.
Certain cannabis strains emit distinctive odours during their reproductive phase. This presents difficulties to those who are cultivating, as continued exposure to powerful terpenes can be somewhat noxious. The cultivator must also ensure that air is thoroughly monitored prior to being expelled outside, lest some odour escape resulting in potential complaints against your facility. Let Scentroid’s AQSafe help you protect your Cannabis facility and its workers.
Sick Building Syndrome is a recently discovered / widely accepted worldwide health concern. It refers a condition where office workers typically experience headaches, dizziness, and other respiratory issues related to a working environment (such as poor ventilation). You can use the AQSafe to monitor various compounds such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, lead, or even fumes/dust from outdoors getting trapped in a poorly ventilated space indoors.
Formaldehyde also serves as a common culprit for Sick Building Syndrome, especially in newer or renovated offices. It can typically be found in a variety of new office products, especially those containing wood. Over time, the formaldehyde content becomes less potent as the new material ages. Indoor air pollution is a problem in offices, too, and unlike industries that regularly work with toxic materials, a typical office doesn’t usually provide the ventilation to handle these pollutants.
Keep your indoor space AQSafe!
Network Friendly, Government Approved!
Have a large space that needs to be monitored? The AQSafe can easily be networked into a wireless system of multiple units. Not sure of your space requirements? Let our Scentroid consultants help.
The AQSafe is safe, and government approved! It was built with various air quality standards in mind – for instance, AQ 62.1.2019, and Ontario regulation 419/05, following pre-established guidelines for source emissions monitoring.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding an air quality standard in your region, do not hesitate to contact us.
10.2″ x 6.3″ x 7″ x 7.5 lbs
AQSafe Indoor Air Quality Monitor Specifications:
Maximum Sensors: 12 (Click here for full sensor list)
Type of Sensors: PID, NDIR, EC, Laser Particulate Counter, Temperature and Relative Humidity, and barometric pressure
Size: 220mm x 200mm x 50.5mm
Power Requirement: 110v – 240v wall outlet
Screen: Built in LCD with colour coded LEDs to provide system status feedback
Alarm Equipped: Yes
Cloud Based Monitoring Capabilities: Yes
Connectivity: WiFi and Bluetooth
Performs daily sensor health checks and provides reminders when any sensor requires a replacement.