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Air Quality Monitor

Check the real-time air quality with Prana Air’s smart, accurate & low-cost air quality monitoring devices
measuring PM2.5, PM10, CO, CO2, O3, NO2, SO2, HCHO, TVOCs, etc.

prana air pocket monitor

Pocket+ Monitor


23%

₹3,990.00
₹4,999.00
  • Battery : 400 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : No
  • SD card : No
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10

prana air cair air quality monitor

CAIR Air Monitor


23%

₹6,490.00
  • Battery: 1000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air cair+ air quality monitor

CAIR+ Air Monitor


23%

₹8,490.00
  • Battery : 1000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air sensible air quality monitor

Sensible Air Monitor


7%

₹39,990.00
₹42,990.00
  • Battery : NA
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

sensible plust air quality monitor

Sensible+ Air Monitor


23%

₹coming soon
  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD Touch
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

Prana Air outdoor air quality monitor

Outdoor Air Monitor


23%

₹coming soon
  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi/GSM
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • CO
  • CO2
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • O3
  • EtOH
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air pocket monitor

Pocket+ Monitor


23%

₹3,990.00
₹4,999.00
  • Battery : 400 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : NA
  • SD card : No
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10

prana air cair air quality monitor

CAIR Air Monitor


23%

₹6,490.00
  • Battery : 1000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air cair+ air quality monitor

CAIR+ Air Monitor


23%

₹8,490.00
  • Battery : 1000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air sensible air quality monitor

Sensible Air Monitor


7%

₹39,990.00
₹42,990.00
  • Battery : NA
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

sensible plus air quality monitor

Sensible+ Air Monitor


23%

₹coming soon
    • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD Touch
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air pocket monitor

Pocket+ Monitor


23%

₹3,990.00
₹4,999.00
  • Battery : 400 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : NA
  • SD card : No
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10

Prana Air outdoor air quality monitor

Outdoor Air Monitor


23%

₹coming soon
  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi/GSM
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • CO
  • CO2
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • O3
  • EtOH
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

Why Should You Choose Prana Air Monitors ?

Numerous factors control the Air Quality of a place. Prolonged exposure to air pollutants creates short-term and long-term
health impacts. Prana Air produces air pollution monitors that endorse supreme quality, durabilty and accuracy.

Monitors the Key Parameters in Real-time

We identified the key air quality parameters that are in sync with those set by LEED, WELL, and ASHRAE. Our Air Quality Monitor keeps tab over multiple air quality determinants like Temperature, Humidity, PM10, PM2.5, PM1, CO2, Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOCs), Formaldehyde (HCHO), and CO. Our range of monitors are also equipped for measuring toxic gases like NO2, SO2, O3, and H2S. The users can obtain the air quality data in real-time!

Accurate Data without any hassle

There are individual air quality sensors for all the parameters in the monitors. These sensors are calibrated distinctively. It offers us an advantage over contemporary monitoring devices in which the concentrations of some pollutants are calculated through algorithms. Therefore, our monitors are designed to give accurate readings to the users.

Easy and Versatile Connectivity

Our Monitors ace the domain of connectivity. The monitors come with a wide range of connectivity options, including Wi-Fi, GSM, and RS-485. Our monitors are designed to cater to all your needs, whether it’s for your room or the entire building management system (BMS). You can even connect your air monitor(s) to your television sets and telecast the dashboard data 24*7.

Portable and Cost-Effective Solution

Air Quality Index is usually calculated through complex algorithms at an air quality monitoring station. However, the high-end air quality sensors embedded in the monitors condense an entire station into a portable device without punching a hole inside your pockets. We offer the best possible low-cost air quality monitors. You can place these aesthetic monitors anywhere you desire or carry them for instant readings!

Smart Access of Remote Data

Connect our monitors to the AQI mobile app to access the data on a single dashboard. The user can also connect multiple devices and track them all simultaneously. Also, view the graphical representations of the data and compare multiple data sets.

You are our Priority

For us, you matter. Therefore, we also create customized instruments and provide air quality solutions as per the requirements of our clients. If you require an efficient monitor for air pollution problems, you need to stop looking. Prana Air Monitors are your best bet.

High Accuracy of Prana Air Monitor

PM2.5 correlation with high-end instrument

prana air quality monitor accuracy

The Technology That Defines Us?

Prana Air monitors are packed with durable air quality sensor that infuses modern and accredited technology to measure air pollutants.

Pollutant Type of Sensor Operating Principle
Particulate Matter
(PM10, 2.5 & 1)
Optical 90˚ Light Scattering The light that strikes the aperture of the mirror at 90° is reflected towards the sensor. The photodiode registers pulse for as long as the light is reflected. The electrical signal thus received is converted into concentration of particulate matter.
CO2 Non-Dispersive Infrared
Sensors(NDIR)
When infrared (IR) radiation interacts with gas molecules, the gas molecules absorb the light at a particular wavelength, causing vibration of the gas molecules. The sensors detect the reduction in transmitted IR light which proportionate to gas concentration.
TVOC Metal Oxide Sensors(MOS) When semiconductor particles are heated in air at a high temperature, oxygen is adsorbed on the particle surface by capturing free electrons. A depletion layer is formed which is dependent on the radius of the semiconductor. The depletion can extend up to the whole area of each particle.
Toxic Gases
(CO, O3, NOx, SOx,
H2S & C2H5OH)
Electrochemical Sensors These are amperometric fuel cells with two electrodes. When the toxic gas comes in contact with the working electrode, the gas will get oxidized on the working electrode through chemical reaction with water molecules in the air.

One-Stop Solution- AQI Mobile App

To get the updates about Air
Quality near you,
Download AQI App

To track the quality of air you inhale, download the AQI app on your iOS/Android device(s) and forget all your worries.
Download the app via Google Play Store (for Android), or Apple App Store (for iOS).

Download AQI TV App

Install our app in your smart TV, and connect your monitors to display air quality data on your television sets 24*7.

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  • Real-time & Historical Data

    Access the real-time or historic air pollution data with AQI, PM2.5, PM10, Temperature, Humidity & Noise parameters of your city anytime, anywhere.

  • Health Recommendations

    Obtain health recommendations according to the current air quality. Watch out for them on high pollution days.

  • Generate a Link/Scan the QR

    Generate a link or a QR code to share the live monitoring data externally, with people.

  • Comprehensive Air Quality Data

    Place AQI India widget on your home screen to view AQI information on the go.

  • Reliable Dashboard

    Share a live photograph of your location with real-time AQI information on different social media platforms.

  • Export Data

    Export your device’s data in an Excel Sheet format for future reference via exclusive web dashboard.

  • Convergence of Multiple Devices
    at one place

    Easy pairing with one/multiple Prana Air – Air Pollution Monitors through WiFi/GSM SIM connectivity.

  • Graphical Representation for
    Comparative Ease

    Get graphical representation of air quality data for your ease. Also, you can compare the data and make inferences.

prana air pocket air quality monitor

Pocket+

prana air sensible air quality monitor

Sensible

prana air cair air quality monitor

CAIR+

prana air sensible plus air quality monitor

Sensible+

Air Quality Management System

Air is vital to all living beings. It is the basic necessity that sustains life on this planet. Everybody has a right to breathe pure air. However, the population explosion and fast-paced urbanization have worsened the air quality over the last few decades. This decline in the air quality has left people around the globe gasping for breath. Therefore, there is an emerging need for efficient air quality management practices.

An Air Quality Management System is a comprehensive scheme of abating air pollution. It includes the effective monitoring of the parameters that impact and steer the air quality of an environment (indoor or outdoor). Monitoring is instrumental in identifying the chief pollutants in that environment, and thus, in chalking out a precise and holistic management plan to combat air pollution. Hence, air quality monitoring becomes the prime factor that enables us to breathe fresh and pure air.

Common air pollutants that render the air surrounding us unbreathable are particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulphur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs). However, some parameters that drive the indoor and outdoor air differ from each other due to the difference in the sources of the pollutants. Thus, the permissible limits for air pollutants are also different for indoor and outdoor environments. These standards may also vary or can be relaxed depending on factors, such as country, availability of sources, etc.

Parameters WELL LEED ASHRAE WHO-Europe
PM 2.5 35 µg/m3 15 µg/m3 35 µg/m3 <-
CO <9 ppm 9 ppm 9 ppm 10 ppm (8h)
TVOC <500 µg/m3 500 µg/m3
HCHO <27 ppb 27 ppb 33 µg/m3 0.1 mg/m3
O3 <51 ppb .075 ppm .075 ppm 0.064 ppm (8h)
Parameters WHO India (CPCB) US (EPA) European (EEA)
PM 2.5 Annual Mean. 10 µg/m3 40 µg/m3 15 µg/m3 Limit value, 25 µg/m3
24-hr Mean. 25 µg/m3 60 µg/m3 35 µg/m3
PM 10 Annual Mean. 20 µg/m3 60 µg/m3 Limit value, 40 µg/m3
24-hr Mean. 50 µg/m3 100 µg/m3 150 µg/m3 Limit value, 50 µg/m3 (1-hr)
O3 8-hr Mean. 100 µg/m3 100 µg/m3 0.070 ppm Target value, 120µg/m3
NO2 Annual Mean. 40 µg/m3 40 µg/m3 53 ppb 40 µg/m3
1-hr Mean. 200 µg/m3 80 µg/m3 (24-hr) 100 ppb Limit value, 200 µg/m3
SO2 24-hr Mean. 20 µg/m3 80 µg/m3 75 ppb (1-hr)

Types of Air Quality Monitoring

outdoor air quality monitoring

Outdoor Air Quality Monitoring

Outdoor Air is also called ambient air. Ambient Air Monitoring is one of the main aspects that determine environmental stability. Outdoor pollution does not only harm us. It is also detrimental to the ecology and the atmospheric chemistry of the earth. Meteorological factors also alter and impact air quality. Thus, outdoor air monitoring is essential.

Sources of Outdoor Air Pollution

A blend of natural and anthropogenic (human-induced) sources are responsible for releasing harmful air toxins. Natural sources include forest fires, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, sea spray, landslides, weathering of soil, pollination, wind-storms, etc., release considerable concentrations of air pollutants. Typical anthropogenic sources of air pollution are the emissions from various modes of transport, construction and demolition, burning of waste, agricultural activities, oil and gas production, exhaust from chimneys, industrial activities, etc. Human activities also exacerbate some of the naturally-caused emissions.

  • PM !

    Particulate Matter

    PM is the abbreviation for particulate matter (also called particulates). It includes a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air, or simply aerosols. They vary in size. Some particles, such as dirt, smoke, fly ash, mists, condensing vapors, mist, soot, or dust, are conspicuous enough to be visible with the naked eye. Others are so tiny that they can only be detected with the help of an electron microscope.t things into perspective, PM2.5 is almost 1/30th of the size of a human hair! These include the dust, dirt, and smoke.

    Sources:
    These particles originate from both natural and anthropogenic (human) activity.

    – Primary: Industrial processes, combustion, agricultural activities, construction and demolition, unpaved roads, windblown dust, smokestacks, and forest fires.

    – Secondary: Other air pollutants, like NOx, SOx, and VOCs, that act as precursors for the formation of PM in the atmosphere.

  • CO2 !

    Carbon Dioxide

    Carbon Dioxide CO2 occurs naturally from the atmosphere. It’s an essential ingredient in photosynthesis, the method by which plants produce food and energy. Degrees of carbon dioxide dioxide have grown since the Industrial Revolution.

    Sources:

    – The principal causes are deforestation and the burning of all fossil fuels such as coal.

    – Natural sources include decomposition, ocean release and respiration.

  • NO2!

    Nitrogen Dioxide

    Nitrogen is traceable in the ambient air in the form of seven oxides. Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) is formed upon oxidation of nitric oxide in the atmosphere. In its liquid form, nitrogen dioxide is colourless to brown.

    Sources: Combustion sources are mostly responsible for the release of nitrogen dioxide. Vehicular emissions is its principal outdoor source. Power plants, industrial boilers, and diesel-powered heavy construction equipment are some other sources of this gas.

    – Natural sources include volcanoes and bacteria.

  • SO2!

    Sulfur Dioxide

    Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) is a colourless, soluble gas with a characteristic pungent smell. It is highly reactive in nature, and can react with other pollutants in the air to form fine particulate matter.

    Sources: This gas is produced mainly from the combustion of sulphur-containing fossil fuel, such as coal and oil (eg, coal being burnt in a home fireplace for heating and diesel-powered vehicles). The chief sources of sulphur dioxide are industrial boilers, power plants, and other industrial processes like metal processing (Aluminium smelting and manufacturing of steel) and petroleum refining. Diesel engines are another key source, including old buses and trucks, locomotives, ships, and off-road diesel equipment.

    – Natural sources include geothermal activity.

  • O3 !

    Ozone

    Ozone (O3) is a form of oxygen. Three atoms of oxygen bind together to form gaseous ozone. Ozone is considered a pollutant when its concentration in the lower atmosphere (troposphere) increases beyond the stipulated limit. Direct exposure of the living with the ground-level ozone (GLO) is very harmful.

    Sources:

    – There is no source on the surface of the Earth that directly emits ozone, which means that it does not occur naturally. It is formed as the result of a photochemical reaction between oxides of nitrogen and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The pollutants emitted by vehicles, power plants, industrial boilers and precipitators, refineries, chemical industries, and others react in the presence of sunlight to form ozone in the atmosphere.

  • CO!

    Carbon Monoxide

    Carbon monoxide (CO) — a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and toxic air pollutant—is produced in the incomplete combustion of carbon-containing fuels, such as gasoline, natural gas, oil, coal, and wood.

    Sources:

    – Water heaters

    – Furnaces or boilers

    – Fireplaces, both gas and wood burning

    – Stoves (Wood and gas based) and ovens

    – Tobacco smoke

indoor air quality monitoring

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

We typically spend almost 90% of our day indoors, whether at our home, office, gym, or other indoor set-ups. We assume we are the safest at our homes. But are we?

The indoor air quality can be more toxic as compared to ambient air quality. The concentrations of a few air pollutants can be 2 to 5 times higher than their typical outdoor levels. What’s dreadful is that indoor air pollution influences the overall well-being of the people living in that environment. Having substandard indoor air quality compromises the health of the occupants of a building, putting you and your loved ones in jeopardy. Indoor Air Quality is both a comfort and a health parameter. Thus, monitoring becomes a necessity.

Sources of Indoor Air Pollution

The indoor sources of pollution mostly include combustion of fuel-based materials and the use of household chemicals. Activities like cooking, burning of candles and incense sticks, painting, dusting, use of deodorants, etc. affect the indoor air quality. However, due to constricted space and clutter, the pollutants stay trapped in the indoor environment. This entrapment creates the pertinent problem of indoor air pollution.

  • PM !

    Particulate Matter

    Particulate Matter (PM) is the suspended microscopic aerosol (solid or liquid) particles present in the air. PM 10 and PM2.5 are smaller than 10 micrometres and 2.5 micrometres in diameter respectively, out of which PM2.5 is respirable. To put things into perspective, PM 2.5 is almost 1/30th of the size of a human hair! These include the dust, dirt, and smoke.

    Sources:

    – Infiltration via doors, windows & walls (fenestration).

    – Activities like cooking, combustion, cigarette smoking.

  • CO2 !

    Carbon Dioxide

    Carbon Dioxide CO2 is a colorless gas with a density about 53% higher than that of dry air. Carbon dioxide molecules consist of a carbon atom covalently double bonded to two oxygen atoms.

    Sources:

    – Human sources come from activities like cement production, deforestation as well as the burning of fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas.

    – Natural sources include decomposition, ocean release and respiration.

  • HCHO !

    Formaldehyde

    Formaldehyde is a naturally occurring organic compound with the formula CH₂O. The pure compound is a pungent-smelling colourless gas that polymerises spontaneously into paraformaldehyde, hence it is stored as an aqueous solution.

    Sources:

    – Sources of formaldehyde in the home include building materials, smoking, household products, and the use of un-vented, fuel-burning appliances, like gas stoves or kerosene space heaters.

  • TVOC !

    Total Volatile
    Organic Compounds

    We use a lot of chemicals that vaporize upon exposure to air. Such compounds are called volatile compounds.

    Sources:

    – Released through everyday household products like: vinegar, nail polish, varnish, deodrants, etc.

    – Substances like Benzene, Ethanol, etc. can be found in paints, cleaner, detergents, sanitizers, kerosene, petrol, and polishes.

    * Carcinogenic

  • O3 !

    Ozone

    Ozone is nothing but a form of oxygen. Three atoms of oxygen bind together to form gaseous ozone. On ground, it is formed as the result of a photochemical reaction between oxides of nitrogen and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

    Sources:

    – Activities like cooking, combustion, cigarette smoking.

  • CO !

    Carbon Monoxide

    The greatest sources of CO to outdoor air are cars, trucks and other vehicles or machinery that burn fossil fuels. A variety of items in your home such as unvented kerosene and gas space heaters, leaking chimneys and furnaces, and gas stoves also release CO and can affect air quality indoors.

    Sources:
    – Sources of carbon monoxide in homes include gas stoves, leaking furnaces, car exhaust from attached garages, and space heaters.

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Applications

air quality monitoring in room

Rooms

Monitor the indoor air quality of your homes with Prana Air Monitors.

air quality monitoring in traffic junction

Traffic Junctions

Efficient air quality monitoring and mitigation strategies could change what you would associate with a traffic junction-blizzard of emissions.

air quality monitoring in Smart city

Smart City

Smart air quality is an indispensable part of the environment a smart city model conceptualizes to uphold.

air quality monitoring in office

Offices

Make your office environment more productive by monitoring the air you breathe.

air quality monitoring in airport

Airports

Keep a tab over an airport’s air via air monitors, and make sure you’re breathing it nice and easy.

air quality monitoring in Constructions Sites

Construction Sites

As these release high levels of inert pollutants, our air monitors take care of your occupational health and safety needs.

air quality monitoring in hospitals

Hospitals

Ensure that the place where people come to get treated has got its indoor atmosphere treated.

air quality monitoring in metro stations

Metro Stations

Metro stations and subways are chief sources where air pollutants can stay accumulated. Thus, it is necessary to continuously monitor the air people are exposed to.

air quality monitoring in Research and development

Research & Development

Prana Air monitors are also tailor-made for high-end, credible, and precise air pollution monitoring.

Our Clients

  • Prana Air client CII
  • Prana Air client GMDA
  • Prana Air client havels
  • Prana Air client JIPMER
  • Prana Air client microsoft
  • Prana Air client OLA cabs
  • Prana Air client Renault Nissan
  • Prana Air client taj hotel
  • Prana Air client mahindra
  • Prana Air client zeco aircon
  • Prana Air client TOI