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Avoid Poor Indoor Air Quality with Attune's A-rated Sensor

By Greg Tavarez
December 16, 2022

Most people are too focused on the reason why they enter a business, whether as a customer or employee, instead of thinking about the air quality inside the building. They should know, however, that indoor air quality is important – especially after a two-year pandemic with an airborne virus.

Poor indoor air quality in the workplace contributes to decreased productivity, absenteeism and even possible litigation. To avoid any of these setbacks, businesses need to effectively monitor indoor air quality to ensure workers and customers enjoy healthier spaces with cleaner air, free from potentially harmful chemicals and pollutants.

Attune's IAQ Sensor does that and more. Using advanced IAQ and IoT technologies, Attune's IAQ Sensor monitors and measures several environmental conditions. It allows for full customization of an IAQ solution tailored to real-time data specification, implements long-term data collection to derive critical healthy building insights and analysis, and makes the space smarter over time with the ability to add new modules to expand building digitization.

Because of its capabilities, the sensor is validated to UL 2905, the Environmental Claim Validation Procedure for Indoor Air Quality Sensor from UL Solutions. UL Solutions evaluates sensors for the measurement accuracy of multiple IAQ parameters, including common pollutants such as total volatile organic compounds, formaldehyde, carbon dioxide and particulate matter.

Testing and validation to UL 2905 ECV provides third-party confirmation of sensors' performance for use in measuring IAQ parameters. Attune's IAQ sensor is marked with an A rating for four of the claimed parameters – temperature, relative humidity, carbon dioxide and particles.

"At Attune, we believe that IoT products like IAQ sensors should be built for each indoor environment's individual requirements and strive to offer unique solutions for customers that support a healthy indoor space and work towards a sustainable future," said Serene Almomen, co-founder and CEO of Attune.

The accomplishment confirms how Attune demonstrates its desire to assist customers with efforts to use data in real-time to pursue better indoor air quality conditions. Reduce the health risks associated with poor indoor air and create a safer environment.

Edited by Erik Linask

IoTEvolutionHealth Editor

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