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Indoor Air Quality Monitoring FAQs

Research shows the average person spends around 90 percent of their time indoors. That makes the quality of the air we breathe indoors essential for good health, comfort, and optimal performance for work and study. This FAQ answers some of the most common questions Thinxtra and its partners receive about commercial-scale indoor air quality monitoring solutions.

Air quality is a measure of how clean or polluted air is. Breathing polluted air can be harmful to our health and our environment. Depending on the indoor environment the requirements for IAQ monitoring may vary. The monitoring of a dusty manufacturing plant would require different monitoring as compared to an office meeting room.


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