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The influence of CO2 on the air quality and our daily lives

At home, at work, in public transport: People in Europe spend up to 90% of their time indoors. Depending on their age and activity, every single person breathes in 12 to 24 kg or 10 to 20 m³ of air per day. However, when exhaling, we humans breathe out a significant amount of CO2. So you could say we become CO2 producers ourselves, and, with that, we are the main influencers of the air quality in our indoor spaces. 
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CSC-20: New product family of decentralised CO2 controls

Wherever CO2 is used, reliable personal and plant protection is very important. However, in building services engineering, the air quality and human well-being can also be increased significantly by controlled domestic ventilation. For this reason, decentralised and automatic controls, based on the CO2 concentration, are ideal solutions in this respect.
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CO2 air quality guard with traffic light function - a sustainable approach to reduce the infection risk

How to assess and maintain the indoor air quality is being discussed all over the world these days. The main reason for this is that crowds of people in closed rooms are currently only allowed if great efforts are made in terms of hygienic indoor air conditions. Therefore, solutions are needed to improve the indoor air quality and to reduce the risk of virus infection by aerosols in the air. A very promising approach can be a decentralised room ventilation system, depending on the CO2 concentration.
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Air quality guard LGW-13: Intelligent CO2 warning device

LGW-13: Air quality guard, sensor, CO2 'traffic light' and measuring device with simple air quality assessment and a variety of other functions ZILA's air quality guard LGW-13 with an integrated CO2 sensor technology up to 3,000 ppm (standard version) has been developed to detect and measure the CO2 concentration in any kind of room. Furthermore, the device can be used to control 24 V ventilation elements directly.
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