A tool that finds and counts airborne particles is known as an air particle sensor. Particles are made up of dust, pollen, mould spores, smoke, or other allergens and can be either solid or liquid. Indoor air quality in homes and offices can be monitored with air particle monitors, as outdoor air quality in urban areas.
The most accurate sort of air particle sensors are those that have a very high degree of precision in measuring the particulate matter in the air. These kinds of sensors are utilised in a variety of industries where it is necessary to keep track of the amount of airborne particulate matter.
These sensors are used in a variety of fields, including cleanroom facility monitoring, the food industry, aircraft, and operating rooms in hospitals.
The Global Air Particle Sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A new indoor air quality (IAQ) sensor is being added to Pressac’s extensive line of products, a leading UK manufacturer of smart sensors.
The new tool will assist organisations in making sure their buildings adhere to regulations and safeguard the health and safety of staff and visitors.
The sensor, which is based on the new multi-sensor technology from the company, measures temperature, humidity, particulate matter, volatile organic compounds (VOC), and carbon dioxide levels.
Particulate matter, which includes dust, pollen, mould, and metals, is made up of microscopic liquid droplets that are so small they can be inhaled and potentially cause health issues. The sensor used by Pressac tracks even the smallest particles (PM 2.5).
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