Wildfires and Indoor Air Quality
- Monitor the air in your home
- Keep windows and doors closed.
- Use a portable air cleaner or high-efficiency filter to remove fine particles from the air.
- Air out your home by opening windows
The biggest health threat from smoke is from fine particles. These microscopic particles can get into your eyes and respiratory system, where they can cause health problems such as burning eyes, runny nose, and illnesses such as bronchitis. Fine particles also can aggravate chronic heart and lung diseases.
Smoke from wildfires is adversely affecting air quality and potentially putting more people at health risk from smoke exposure.If you live in an area where the wildfire risk is high, take steps now to prepare.
Winning the invisible war against indoor pollution
Improved respiratory health
and overall well-being
Great product, great support!
We are using it in a Building Science instruction center and it reads with good accuracy side by side with some of the other commercial-grade handheld sensors. This product is super easy to integrate with IFTTT products. It is really cool stuff! Indoor Air Quality is very important and often not measured. I think products like this are an important step in better human health.