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The air-Q measures air pollutants such as padust, carbon monoxide or ozone and analyses the air quality - for your health and safety.

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21,600 breaths every day. Good to know what's in the air!

air-Q air quality meter for carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter and VOCs

air-Q analyzes air quality, detects particulates, chemicals and other air pollutants.

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The smartest and most powerful air quality measuring device

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With the air-Q, you can precisely monitor air quality in real time, analyze and uncover sources of air pollutants, and keep an eye on "stale" air - for healthy living, restful sleep, and productive work. But the air-Q is much more than just a device to measure air quality. It also integrates into your home or office automation system and looks great doing it. It's all in the air-Q - air analyzer.
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air-Q air quality measuring device in the office
air-Q air quality measuring device in the office
air-Q air quality measuring device in the office
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No one has more sensors - measure all air components.

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The air-Q records and monitors the air quality in real time and analyzes it with regard to effect on your health and performance. Learn more about the components of the air you breathe - depending on the air-Q variant:
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particulates (PM₁ - PM₂,₅ - PM₁₀)

Particulates is a mixture of solid and liquid suspended particles with a very small diameter.Depending on the particle size and composition, particulates can have a lasting effect on the respiratory tract and the cardiovascular system. The air-Q air analyser can measure particulates of different particle sizes (PM₁₀, PM₂,₅, PM₁).

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Nitrogen dioxide (NO₂)

Nitrogen dioxide (NO₂) belongs to the group of nitrogen oxides. It is a reddish-brown, chlorine-like and pungent smelling gas.NO₂ has a strong irritating effect on the respiratory tract and promotes asthma.

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Carbon dioxide (CO₂)

Carbon dioxide (CO₂) is one of the natural components of air and an important greenhouse gas in the earth's atmosphere. Excessively high carbon dioxide concentrations indoors lead to lower performance and fatigue and even life-threatening respiratory distress.

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Carbon monoxide (CO)

Carbon monoxide (CO) is produced, among other things, by the incomplete combustion of substances containing carbon.The colourless, odourless and tasteless gas is a strong respiratory poison that quickly reaches dangerous concentrations in unventilated rooms.

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Oxygen (O₂)

Molecular oxygen (O₂) is a colourless and odourless gas that is present in 21 % of the air. On the Earth's surface, oxygen is the most abundant element by mass.

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Ozone (O₃)

Ozone (O₃) near the earth is formed by the reaction of oxygen, nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds under intense solar radiation.Even in slightly elevated concentrations, it causes severe irritation of the mucous membranes and respiratory tract.

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Sulphur dioxide (SO₂)

Sulphur dioxide is a colourless, pungent smelling and sour tasting irritant gas and is perceptible to humans at concentrations between 0.8 and 4.0 mg/m³.

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Radon (Rn)

Radon is a noble gas whose decay releases radioactive particles (so-called alpha radiation).

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Absolute humidity (φ)

Absolute humidity describes the water vapour density: that is, the mass of water vapour contained in a specified volume of air.

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Relative humidity (ρ)

Air humidity refers to the proportion of water vapour in the gas mixture of the air.Humidity that is too high or too low indoors can have a negative impact on people's well-being and health.

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Formaldehyde (CH₂O)

Formaldehyde is a colourless, pungent-smelling substance that is gaseous at room temperature. Due to its use in adhesives, formaldehyde is very common in interiors today and is found in many wood-based materials and furniture.

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Methane (CH₄)

Methane is a combustible gas and the main component of heating gas.

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Air pressure (p)

Air pressure is created by the continuous movement of air masses.As part of the atmospheric environmental conditions, it has a direct influence on human health and well-being.

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Noise (Lp)

Sound becomes noise when unwanted noises are perceived as disturbing, annoying or impairing.As a psychosocial stress factor, noise can severely impair well-being and performance.

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Noise maximum value (Lp_max)

The noise maximum value, unlike the basic stressful "normal" noise value, reflects acute noise events - such as a short loud bang in the night. These events documented by the noise maximum value can abruptly interrupt rest phases and cause stress.

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Air temperature (T)

The air temperature has a significant influence on the reaction time of chemical processes and thus on the metabolic process of humans.It therefore makes sense to measure it. Temperatures that are too high or too low can have a negative impact on mental or physical health.

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Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)

VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) are organic, carbon-containing compounds that evaporate even at low temperatures. In many cases, VOCs are largely harmless to living beings - despite their influence on well-being. However, this group of substances also includes substances that are critical to health, such as formaldehyde.

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Dew point (Td)

The dew point describes the temperature point at which the relative humidity is 100% and the existing water vapour in the air would immediately begin to condense into water.

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Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) (N₂O)

Nitrous oxide is a colorless and tasteless gas with a slightly sweet odor. Under the name laughing gas, it is known primarily from medicine as a painkilling and anesthetic agent.

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Hydrogen sulphide (H₂S)

Hydrogen sulphide (H₂S)

Hydrogen sulphide is a colourless, malodorous and highly toxic gas that is flammable and highly combustible. It has the typical smell of rotten eggs and is produced when proteins from sulphur-containing amino acids are decomposed by putrefactive and sulphur bacteria.

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Ammonia (NH₃)

Ammonia (NH₃) is a pungent-smelling, colourless and toxic gas. It irritates the eyes and respiratory tract and has a suffocating effect. Ammonia is one of the most widely produced industrial chemicals. In nature, urea and various salts occur as reaction products.

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Hydrogen (H₂)

Hydrogen occurs stably only as molecular hydrogen (H₂) and is a colourless and odourless gas. It reacts rapidly with oxygen (O₂) to form water, releasing energy. H₂ is not toxic but has flammable / explosive properties.

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Chlorine / chlorine gas (Cl₂)

Chlorine (Cl₂) is a toxic greenish gas with high reactivity. In low concentrations it irritates the mucous membranes and respiratory tract, in high concentrations it has a corrosive effect.

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Everything in view with the air-Q smartphone app and web app

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Check the air quality of your home or office at any time and from anywhere. The → air-Q app is the control center of your smart air analyzer. Even more: receive active messages via push to your smartphone or via email.
By the way: if required, all functions can also be used in the web browser / in our → air-Q web app with even more options and clear diagrams, tables and evaluations - and brand new: our air quality - smart widgets.
Air pollutants

Identify sources of pollution

The air-Q precisely and continuously checks all important parameters of the air you breathe and informs you of immediate stresses. Some problems only become noticeable over time - e.g. unnoticed exposure to passing commuter traffic.
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Health & Productivity

The air-Q calculates an individual and easy-to-understand health and performance index based on official limits, recommendations from health organisations and scientific studies.
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Safety in critical situations

The air-Q keeps an eye on critical values to the second and immediately sounds the alarm in dangerous situations by means of a loud tone and push or mail notifications - for example in the event of smoke development and fire or life-threatening quantities of carbon monoxide or methane (heating gas) - or simply as a warning device for unauthorised access.
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Central role in the smart home / office

The air-Q supports many Smart Home standards (Homematic, openHAB, FHEM, Homey, IFTTT). You can also communicate with the air-Q via the Alexa and Google Home voice assistants. Thanks to the large number of sensors, it is a reliable source for controlling ventilation systems, air filters, windows, thermostats and even recognises people in the room.

The air-Q in live use at home

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We have subjected the air-Q to a live test under our supervision. Many functions are tested and questions about our smart air meter are answered. We tested the use of the app and smart home functions.

Here's how - make the air measurable for your health and well-being

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The air-Q air analyzer was developed for your well-being and safety - because clean indoor air plays a central role for a long and healthy life, not only according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

We have traced the path of an air-Q to your home once in the video.

Air quality in the office - it needs to be ventilated more often

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In our office, we use an air-Q light to track air quality and CO₂ levels. We use the adjustable carbon dioxide LED theme for this purpose. In the 60 sqm office with three people, it took two hours to reach alarming levels (1,000 ppm CO₂) and a total of four hours until urgent ventilation was needed (1,500 ppm CO₂). The experiment shows that it is actually necessary to ventilate more frequently than one might think.

Continuous testing of air quality is recommended

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Bad air makes people ill and can limit their performance. Malaise, headaches or even severe cardiovascular diseases such as asthma can be promoted or even triggered by bad air.
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Tested and found to be good

The air-Q has been tested by independent testers and even used as a test reference.

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Monitor air quality, all air components and environmental influences with the air-Q. For your health and performance.