With the improvement of consumption levels, people's demand for green consumption is increasing, and the air quality problem has become a problem that we have to face. Not only the outside but also the indoor air quality should pay more attention to. Harmful substances in the air are often easy to cause respiratory problems, the most common one is coughing. Therefore, equipment for monitoring indoor air is very important. Recently, some results have shown that indoor air pollution in daily living is also quite serious. This test result has attracted the attention of many people that indoor air pollution may be harming your body!
When renovating the house, if the environmental protection of the decoration materials is not well controlled, the pollution of home decoration can be seen everywhere. There may be many harmful substances left in the paint, floor, furniture, cloth, etc. If you stay at will, it will cause great harm to the health of your family.
How to ensure that the house can be checked in with peace of mind and accurately control the check-in time, we need a detector that can detect the air anytime, anywhere, accurately feedback the air condition, and speak with real data, so that people can live with peace of mind.
"Household air detector" has gradually become a "new favorite" for many people to buy small household appliances: whether it is the need to detect the harmful gases left in the decoration just after finishing the decoration, or worry that the increasingly serious global climate problems will affect the air quality, A home appliance that can detect the air quality in the home is always indispensable. However, what detection functions can this small instrument have? Many users who buy a home air detector have never seriously considered it. So today, let's talk about our home air detectors. What substances can be detected in the air? CARBON DIOXIDE MEASUREMENT
In the home, the concentration of carbon dioxide is closely related to the physiological response of the human body: once the concentration of carbon dioxide in the home exceeds 1000, the air will become turbid, causing users to experience a series of adverse reactions such as headache, drowsiness, inability to concentrate, and rapid heartbeat. , and when the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air is greater than 5000ppm, it may also cause severe hypoxia, causing permanent brain damage or even death to the user. Therefore, measuring the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air has always been one of the most important functions of home air detectors. The production of carbon dioxide is extremely easy: improper use of stoves and improper plant cultivation habits will cause excessive indoor carbon dioxide, so users must also pay attention to detecting the carbon dioxide content of the air at home to prevent the occurrence of tragedy.
Presumably, friends who have purchased home air detectors are no strangers to "formaldehyde". Formaldehyde is the main decoration pollution generated after the decoration of new houses. It is a gas with a pungent odor. The release period can be as long as 15 years. Therefore, the release period of "super-long standby" is very long. The harm caused by formaldehyde to the human body is chronic, but It is also fatal. Chronic formaldehyde poisoning can lead to a series of symptoms such as digestive disorders, visual disturbances, and nerve paralysis. Acute formaldehyde poisoning may also cause adverse symptoms such as tearing, throat itching, coughing, difficulty breathing, and general weakness. Suffocated instantly. According to the national mandatory standard for formaldehyde, one hour after closing the doors and windows, the amount of formaldehyde released per cubic meter of indoor air should not be greater than 0.08 mg. You can judge whether your home has excessive formaldehyde based on the data of the household air detector.
MEASURE PM VALUE
Yes, even in ordinary households, there may be cases where the PM index exceeds the standard. First let's talk about what is the PM index: PM's Chinese translation is "particulate matter", which is solid or liquid particulate matter in the atmosphere. And the "PM2.5" we often hear in the news refers to 2.5-micron particles in the air. Due to its small size, it is thinner than human hair, only at the micrometer level, so it cannot be observed by the naked eye, but such substances can be suspended in the air for a long time, which brings hidden dangers to people's health. The excessive PM will be affected by many aspects: oxygen purity in the air, weather changes, and outdoor haze, and the corresponding countermeasures are also different.
MEASURE AIR HUMIDITY
In addition to the detection of harmful air substances remaining in the decoration, the most commonly used function of our home air detectors may be to measure the humidity in the air. In fact, a suitable air humidity will greatly improve the quality of the home. According to the requirements of the national indoor air quality standard, the environment with an indoor air humidity index of 50% to 60% is the most comfortable, especially in winter, and the indoor heating will be greatly improved. Reduce the moisture in the air, leading to the growth and spread of germs, resulting in tight, dry skin. Therefore, when we have a home air detector, we can monitor the air humidity in the home in real-time and adjust it.
All monitoring data are presented on the base display panel, and the air parameters such as formaldehyde concentration, indoor PM2.5 concentration, outdoor PM2.5 concentration, temperature, and relative humidity are clearly visible on the display. The above are the main categories of household air detectors currently on the market. I hope everyone can use these functions reasonably and fully! After all, the air is the source of human life, and having good home indoor air quality can ensure the quality of our life.