developed world, we spend 90% of our time indoors. Research shows that key
pollutants are up to five times more concentrated inside than outside. According
to WHO, around 3.8 million people a year die from the exposure to household air
pollution. This indoor air pollution comes from a variety of
sources, and includes a wide range of gases, chemicals and other
make our homes more airtight, we risk to that VOC levels will start to build up.
VOCs or Volatile organic compounds in indoor environments
evaporate from substances such as cleaning products, adhesives, paints, new
carpets, copiers and printers to building materials and furnishings. VOCs are
also emitted from humans and animals in their breath, sweat and directly from
their skin. VOCs are known to cause eye, nose and throat irritations, headache,
drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, difficulty concentrating and
and windows keeps the heat inside, but it also leads to a more humid
environment, especially as we dry clothes on radiators or tumble
dryers, rather than outdoors. Higher humidity causes mould, moisture and
condensation, which all impact our health negatively.
It is our
mission to optimise your comfort, indoor air quality and to contribute to your
health in a positive way and therefore, Sentera developed a complete range of
HVAC transmitters – the eyes of a smart ventilation system – to monitor and
optimise your indoor air quality. Based on these measurements, the fan speed can
be optimised to improve indoor air quality and realise energy
it for you?
are the short-term benefits of a good indoor air
quality: - Better breathing - Better
sleep - Elimination of allergens - Reduced
odours - Balanced humidity - Reduced energy costs
CO2 sensors with visual and audible alertToo high CO2 concentrations? Sentera CO2 sensors are now available with audible alert. On top of that, the green, yellow and red LED offer a clear, visual indication of the CO2 level. The supply voltage is 230 V or 24 V.>>>
Sentera provides innovative, easy-to-use control solutions for HVAC installations and ventilation systems. How to optimise your comfort, indoor air quality, safety and overall wellbeing? We have the answer!