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Prana Air’s brilliant, precise, mobile, and reasonably priced air quality devices monitor various real-time air pollutants with diverse sensors.

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Indoor prana air pocket co2 monitor
Pocket CO2 Monitor
  • ₹ 7,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    400 mAh

Indoor prana air pocket pm2.5 monitor
Pocket PM2.5 Monitor
  • ₹ 5,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    450 mAh

Indoor prana air nano co monitor
Nano CO Monitor
  • ₹ 8,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    1000 mAh

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Indoor prana air Nano co2 monitor
Nano CO2 Monitor
  • ₹ 4,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    700 mAh

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Indoor prana air Nano TVOC monitor
Nano TVOC Monitor
  • ₹ 4,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    1000 mAh

Indoor prana air breathalyzer device
Breathalyzer
  • ₹ 6,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    210 mAh

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Indoor prana air sensible air quality monitor
Sensible Monitor
  • ₹ 59,000
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    NA

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Indoor prana air Sensible+ indoor air quality monitor
Sensible+ Monitor
  • ₹ 69,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    5000 mAh

Indoor prana air Cair+ air quality monitor
Cair+
  • ₹ 16,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    1500 mAh

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Indoor prana air Squiar lite air quality monitor
Squair
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  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM / RH485 / LORA

  • Battery :

    NA

Indoor prana air Smart PM air quality monitor
Smart PM
  • ₹ 19,900
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    2000 mAh

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Outdoor prana air Air quality drone
Air Quality Drone
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  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    -

  • Battery :

    NA

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Outdoor prana air Ambient PM air quality monitor
Ambient PM
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM

  • Battery :

    NA

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Outdoor prana air ambient lite monitor
Ambient lite
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM / RS-485

  • Battery :

    NA

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Outdoor prana air Ambient pro air quality monitor
Ambient Pro
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM / RS-485

  • Battery :

    NA

Outdoor prana air Ambient PM air quality monitor
Ambient PM
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM

  • Battery :

    NA

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Outdoor prana air ambient lite monitor
Ambient lite
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM / RH485

  • Battery :

    NA

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Outdoor prana air Ambient pro air quality monitor
Ambient Pro
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM / RH485

  • Battery :

    NA

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Outdoor prana air air quality drone
Air Quality Drone
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    -

  • Battery :

    NA

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Outdoor prana air breathalyzer device
Breathalyzer
  • ₹ 6,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    210 mAh

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Outdoor prana air portable Pocket pm2.5 air quality monitor
Pocket PM2.5 Monitor
  • ₹ 5,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    450 mAh

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Indoor prana air Pocket co2 air quality monitor
Pocket CO2 Monitor
  • ₹ 7,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    400 mAh

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Indoor prana air Pocket PM air quality monitor
Pocket PM2.5 Monitor
  • ₹ 5,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    450 mAh

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Indoor prana air Nano Co monitor
Nano CO Monitor
  • ₹ 8,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    1000 mAh

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Indoor prana air Nano Co2 monitor
Nano CO2 Monitor
  • ₹ 4,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    700 mAh

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Indoor prana air Nano TVOC odor monitor
Nano TVOC Monitor
  • ₹ 4,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    1000 mAh

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Indoor prana air breathalyzer device
Breathalyzer
  • ₹ 6,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    210 mAh

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Indoor prana air sensible air quality monitor
Sensible Monitor
  • ₹ 59,000
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    NA

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Indoor prana air Sensible+ indoor air quality monitor
Sensible+ Monitor
  • ₹ 69,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    5000 mAh

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Indoor prana air Cair+ air quality monitor
Cair+
  • ₹ 16,990
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi

  • Battery :

    1500 mAh

Intdoor prana air Squiar lite air quality monitor
Squair
  • Request A Quote
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    WiFi / GSM / RH485 / LORA

  • Battery :

    NA

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Intdoor prana air Smart PM air quality monitor
Smart PM
  • ₹ 19,900
  • card-rating
  • Connectivity :

    NA

  • Battery :

    2000 mAh

Why Should You Choose Prana Air Pollution Monitors?

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air pollution by industrial gases

Why do you require Air Monitors and their Solutions?

The hazardous pollutants released into the air are referred to the air pollutants. These are detrimental to the environment and human health.

Nine out of ten people breathe poor air quality, with 99% of the world’s population breathing air that exceeds recommended limits, according to WHO research. Eight million deaths are attributed to air pollution each year, with 3.8 million occurring indoors and 4.2 million outdoors.

The air pollution levels have increased because of the dramatic growth in the world population. Since it leads to more consumption of energy and resources. Thus, it increases the number of pollutants released into the air. As a result, it leads to an increased risk of health issues and respiratory illness. Hence, everyone is required to monitor the air quality they breathe. Thus, you need a high-quality air quality monitoring device. Prana Air’s Air quality monitors provide you better option to check pollutants in your environment. So, You can make well-informed decisions to breathe healthy and clean air.

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Why do you require Air Monitors and their Solutions?

What technology is used in our Air Quality Sensors?

Prana Air’s Air quality monitoring devices have durable air quality sensors. It is infused with modern and accredited technologies. These measure various air pollutants and provide real-time data. Air Quality sensors measure the indoor and outdoor air for pollutants. Since these are necessary to confirm health and comfort. Sensors are crucial for residential and commercial building systems.

Key Parameters, Its Sources & the Health Impacts By Indoor Air Pollution (AQI)

Particulate Matter

Sources

Indoor sources- cooking, candle burning, tobacco smoking, kerosene heaters, construction activities. Outdoor sources- forest fires, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, power plants, waste treatment plants, oil refineries, etc.

Health Impact

PM 2.5 diameter is less than 2.5 microns and easily enters the lungs and bloodstream. It causes sneezing, inflammation, skin allergies, asthma, coughing, pneumonia, irregular heartbeat, nonfatal heart attacks, etc. A high PM 2.5 level reduces the visibility. It can also lead to environmental changes as well. PM10 causes allergies that can influence sensitive groups.

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CO2

Sources

The top source of indoor presence of CO2 is humans. As humans inhale oxygen and exhale CO2. It also releases from heating devices, oil-burning coal, and gas burning. CO2 is also emitted because of Deforestation or soil degradation.

Health Impact

High CO2 levels highly influence the individual’s performance in a school or office. CO2 exposure can cause headaches, dizziness, restlessness, breathing difficulty, increased heart rate, and other symptoms. CO2 emissions also cause global warming. Long-term exposure can cause extreme health issues. Such as cardiac arrest, and impaired cognitive function.

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TVOC

Sources

Indoor- Paint, glue, soaps, fabrics, wood, cleansers, plastic products, solvents, etc. TVOCs vaporate at room temperature and release into the air. Outdoor sources of TVOCs are industrial processes, wildfires, and vehicle emissions.

Health Impact

TVOCs evaporate at room temperature. It causes strong odors that cause headaches, fatigue (tiredness), dizziness, nosebleeding, and eye, nose, and throat irritation. High exposure to TVOCs can cause severe health issues. Such as nausea, asthma, and damage to the kidneys, liver, or nervous system. Some chemicals can also cause cancer in animals.

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HCHO

Sources

Indoor: Smoking, cleaning products, furniture, burning fuel, cosmetics, paint, incense lighting, etc. releases HCHO in the indoor air. Outdoor: HCHO releases from natural gases burning, gasoline, etc.

Health Impact

HCHO exposure can cause extreme health issues. Any individual can face irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat. It can also lead to skin or lung allergies. With it, it increases the chances of some types of cancer and also causes consciousness loss, pneumonia, and other extreme health issues. HCHO exposure can also affect reproductive health.

PM2.5/10

Particulate Matter

Sources

Indoor sources- cooking, candle burning, tobacco smoking, kerosene heaters, construction activities. Outdoor sources- forest fires, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, power plants, waste treatment plants, oil refineries, etc.

Health Impact

PM 2.5 diameter is less than 2.5 microns and easily enters the lungs and bloodstream. It causes sneezing, inflammation, skin allergies, asthma, coughing, pneumonia, irregular heartbeat, nonfatal heart attacks, etc. A high PM 2.5 level reduces the visibility. It can also lead to environmental changes as well. PM10 causes allergies that can influence sensitive groups.

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CO2

CO2

Sources

The top source of indoor presence of CO2 is humans. As humans inhale oxygen and exhale CO2. It also releases from heating devices, oil-burning coal, and gas burning. CO2 is also emitted because of Deforestation or soil degradation.

Health Impact

High CO2 levels highly influence the individual’s performance in a school or office. CO2 exposure can cause headaches, dizziness, restlessness, breathing difficulty, increased heart rate, and other symptoms. CO2 emissions also cause global warming. Long-term exposure can cause extreme health issues. Such as cardiac arrest, and impaired cognitive function.

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TVOC

TVOC

Sources

Indoor- Paint, glue, soaps, fabrics, wood, cleansers, plastic products, solvents, etc. TVOCs vaporate at room temperature and release into the air. Outdoor sources of TVOCs are industrial processes, wildfires, and vehicle emissions.

Health Impact

TVOCs evaporate at room temperature. It causes strong odors that cause headaches, fatigue (tiredness), dizziness, nosebleeding, and eye, nose, and throat irritation. High exposure to TVOCs can cause severe health issues. Such as nausea, asthma, and damage to the kidneys, liver, or nervous system. Some chemicals can also cause cancer in animals.

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HCHO

HCHO

Sources

Indoor: Smoking, cleaning products, furniture, burning fuel, cosmetics, paint, incense lighting, etc. releases HCHO in the indoor air. Outdoor: HCHO releases from natural gases burning, gasoline, etc.

Health Impact

HCHO exposure can cause extreme health issues. Any individual can face irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat. It can also lead to skin or lung allergies. With it, it increases the chances of some types of cancer and also causes consciousness loss, pneumonia, and other extreme health issues. HCHO exposure can also affect reproductive health.

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Air Quality Management System

Air is necessary for all living things to survive. It is the fundamental need that keeps life on Earth going. It is everyone’s right to breathe clean air. Nonetheless, during the past few decades, the rapid urbanization and population boom have deteriorated the quality of the air. People everywhere are struggling to breathe due to the deterioration in the quality of the air. Consequently, the demand for effective air quality management techniques is growing.

air quality management system

A comprehensive plan for reducing air pollution is called an Air Quality Management System. It involves the efficient tracking of the variables that affect and direct the indoor or outdoor air quality. Monitoring is essential for determining the main contaminants in that environment. And, consequently, for developing a detailed and comprehensive management strategy to address air pollution. Thus, the primary thing that allows us to breathe clean, fresh air is air quality monitoring.

Particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs) are common air pollutants that make the air around us unbreathable. However, because the sources of the pollutants vary, various factors determine the characteristics of the air indoors and outdoors. As a result, the acceptable limits for air contaminants in indoor and outdoor settings differ. Depending on variables like the nation, the accessibility of sources, etc., these requirements may also change or loosen.

Prana Air Outdoor Air Quality Monitor is a Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System (CAAQMS). It provides real-time air data and operates digitally. Several sensors are mounted on the monitor to identify the presence of CO, SO2, NO2, O3, PM 2.5, and H2S. It is inexpensive, simple to operate, portable, requires very little time for analysis, and is compatible with GSM, Wi-Fi, and RS-485 networks. There are no post-purchase costs and connectivity options include GSM, Wi-Fi, and RS-485.

What are the Air Quality Standards?

Air Quality standards are just the way to decrease the air pollution health effects as per the scientific information. It is not for the standards nor legally enforceable criteria. These standards have been collected from various nations. As to make them applicable to global solutions. With it, it also supports many air quality management policy alternatives. Check different pollutant parameters in outdoor or indoor air.

  • Parameters:
  • PM 2.5
  • O3
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • CO
  • WELL:
  • 35 µg/m3
  • <9 ppm
  • <500 µg/m3
  • <27 ppb
  • <51 ppb
  • LEED:
  • 15 µg/m3
  • 10 ppm
  • 500 µg/m3
  • 27 ppb
  • .075 ppm
  • ASHRAE:
  • 35 µg/m3
  • 11 ppm
  • 33 µg/m3
  • .075 ppm
  • WHO-Europe:
  • 10 ppm (8h)
  • 0.1 mg/m3
  • 0.064 ppm (8h)
  • Parameters:
  • PM 2.5
  • PM 10
  • O3
  • NO2
  • SO2
  • Time
  • Annual Mean
    24-hr Mean.
  • Annual Mean
    24-hr Mean.
  • 8-hr Mean.
  • Annual Mean
    1-hr Mean.
  • 24-hr Mean.
  • WHO
  • 5 µg/m3
    15 µg/m3
  • 5 µg/m3
    45 µg/m3
  • 100 µg/m3
  • 10 µg/m3
    200 µg/m3
  • 40 µg/m3
  • India (CPCB)
  • 40 µg/m3
    60 µg/m3
  • 60 µg/m3
    100 µg/m3
  • 100 µg/m3
  • 40 µg/m3
    80 µg/m3 (24-hr)
  • 80 µg/m3
  • US (EPA)
  • 15 µg/m3
    35 µg/m3

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

  • 150 µg/m3
  • 0.070 ppm
  • 53 ppb
    100 ppb
  • 75 ppb (1-hr)
  • European (EEA)
  • Limit value, 25 µg/m3
  • Limit value, 40 µg/m3
    Limit value, 50 µg/m3 (1-hr)
  • Target value, 120µg/m3
  • 40 µg/m3
    Limit value, 200 µg/m3

Air Quality Data Insight on your TV or Web Dashboard

Connect your device with a TV or Web Dashboard. As to showcase various sights for air quality monitoring on a big screen. As you can see the individual pollutant in the air. With it, it also displays the historical data to determine past exposure. You can also check the pollutant summary for the last 24 hours and the filtration score.

  • partical counts
  • aqi average
  • aqi historic data

aqi dashboard for prana air monitors

Highly Accurate Prana Air Monitor

PM2.5 correlation with a high-end instrument

comparison of prana air monitor data with highly expensive equipment

Prana Air’s PM2.5 device and high-end instrument data exhibit correlations. Our device displays correct statistics at pocket-friendly charges for better insight and action.

Connect your logo device with Various aqi logo Platforms

aqi mobile app dashboard

One-Stop Solution

aqi logo Mobile App

  • Get health advices
  • Get health advices

    Take some precautions about what to do and not to do when the air quality is good and bad.

  • Real-time and historic data access
  • Real-time and historic data access

    Access real-time and historic air quality data (24 hours, week, or months) via AQI app.

aqi tv app dashboard

One-Stop Solution

aqi logo TV Application

  • Themes variety
  • Themes variety

    Get a variety of theme options to set on your TV for a better and more personalized data showcase.

  • 24*7 data accessibility
  • 24*7 data accessibility

    Connect your device with the TV app and get 24*7 air quality data on your TV screen.

aqi web dashboard for prana air monitors

One-Stop Solution

aqi logo Web Dashboard

  • remote access icon
  • Remote Access

    Get Real-time and historical air quality, temperature, etc, data anytime and anywhere.

  • Data comparison
  • Data comparison

    Compare multiple data from outdoor air quality to make informed decisions.

AQI Mobile App

aqi mobile app dashboard

One-Stop Solution

aqi logo Mobile App

  • Get health advices
  • Get health advices

    Take some precautions about what to do and not to do when the air quality is good and bad.

  • Real-time and historic data access
  • Real-time and historic data access

    Access real-time and historic air quality data (24 hours, week, or months) via AQI app.

AQI TV App

aqi tv app dashboard

One-Stop Solution

aqi logo TV Application

  • Themes variety
  • Themes variety

    Get a variety of theme options to set on your TV for a better and more personalized data showcase.

  • 24*7 data accessibility
  • 24*7 data accessibility

    Connect your device with the TV app and get 24*7 air quality data on your TV screen.

AQI Web Dashboard

aqi web dashboard for prana air monitors

One-Stop Solution

aqi logo Web Dashboard

  • remote access icon
  • Remote Access

    Get Real-time and historical air quality, temperature, etc, data anytime and anywhere.

  • Data comparison
  • Data comparison

    Compare multiple data from outdoor air quality to make informed decisions.

AI Calculated
Health Index-Score

Get an insight into various scores such as thermal comfort, mold, ventilation, filtration, odor, mites, viruses, etc. Make well-informed decisions to control after monitoring.

ventilation score
  • Ventilation Score

    the provision of fresh air to your room

  • 05
    Moderate

Capacity Index
  • Capacity Index

    people capacity of the room

  • 02
    Good

Mites Score
  • Mites score

    the provision of fresh air to your room

  • 03
    Moderate

Virus Index
  • Virus Index

    probability of virus formation in the room

  • 02
    Bad

Mold Score
  • Mold Score

    probability of mold formation in the room

  • 02
    Bad

Odor score
  • Odor score

    a distinctive smell in the room

  • 03
    Good

Filtration Score
  • Filtration Score

    efficiency of filter in the room

  • 03
    Moderate

Comfort score
  • Comfort score

    a state of physical ease in the room

  • 04
    Bad

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Types of Air Quality Monitoring

ambient air quality monitoring

Ambient Air Quality Monitoring

Outdoor Air is also called ambient air. Ambient Air Monitoring is one of the main aspects that determine environmental stability. Air pollution does not only harm us, but 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 Ambient 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., and 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.

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Introduction: 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 micrometers and 2.5 micrometers 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 dust, dirt, and smoke.

Sources: Its particles originate from both natural and human activities. – 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 act as precursors for the formation of PM in the atmosphere.

Introduction: CO2 is released naturally in the environment because it is a greenhouse gas. It's an essential part of photosynthesis. As it helps in producing food and energy for plants. However outdoor CO2 concentration is increasing because of the industrial revolution.

Sources: – The principal causes are deforestation and the burning of all fossil fuels such as coal. – Decomposition, ocean release, and respiration are the natural sources.

Introduction: Nitrogen Dioxide is a chemical compound of oxidation of nitric oxide. It has harmful effects on the entire environment. It can be colorless to brown and in liquid form. NO2 is released into the atmosphere from various resources.

Sources: – Combustion sources are mostly responsible for the release of nitrogen dioxide. Vehicular emissions are 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.

Introduction: Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) is a chemical compound of sulfur and oxygen. It is a colorless, soluble gas with a characteristic pungent smell. And It is highly reactive. Because it can react with other pollutants in the air to form fine particulate matter.

Sources: – Fossil fuels burning, such as coal, oil, and diesel, release SO2. With it, power plants, metal processing plants, and Tranportations that function with diesel engines are the main sources (old buses and trucks, locomotives, ships, and off-road diesel). – Natural sources include geothermal activity. Such as energy from natural pools and hot springs.

Introduction: Ozone (O3) forms by three oxygen atoms composing. It is a preventive layer between the earth and the sun. But direct exposure to living things is much more harmful. The sources on the earth's surface are not directly emitted. It forms because of some gas reactions.

Sources: – The photochemical reaction between oxides of nitrogen and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emits O3. – O3 is also released from power plants, vehicles, refineries, and chemical industries. Gases react with the unlight's presence and form ozone in the atmosphere.

Introduction: Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a dangerous gas. It is also an odorless, tasteless, colorless pollutant. The gas is emitted into the atmosphere because of fuel combustion. Such as natural gas, oil, coal, wood.

Sources: – Natural sources are forest fires, volcanic eruptions, and gases released from coal mines. – Fireplaces gas and wood burning, Vehicles, parking lots, and basement parking lots are the human-induced factors.

indoor air quality monitoring

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring:

Indoor air quality is where we spend almost our day. We spent 90% of the day in the office, home, gym, and other indoor set-ups. Everyone assumes safe and healthy inside our homes. But it is the opposite because indoor is much more polluted than outdoor air quality.Moreover, indoor air quality is much more dreadful than outdoor pollution. Because it influences the overall well-being of a person. Indoor air quality affects a person’s performance and comfort. It can also impact performances in offices, schools, gyms, and other places.

Sources of Ambient Air Pollution

Lack of ventilation increases indoor air pollution. These pollutants released from cooking, candles, incense sticks burning, painting, and deodorants influence the air quality. These pollutants are trapped inside the indoor environment. It causes various problems for human well-being.

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Introduction:Particulate matter includes a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets in the air. They have different sizes and are known as aerosols. It includes various particles, such as dirt, smoke, fly ash, mists, condensing vapors, mist, soot, or dust. These are conspicuous enough to be visible to the naked eye. But many are tiny that cannot be detected without an electron microscope. As their size is much smaller in the size. PM2.5 is almost 1/30th of the size of a human hair! These include dust, dirt, and smoke.

Sources: - Infiltration via doors, windows & walls (fenestration). – Activities like cooking, combustion, and cigarette smoking.

Introduction: CO2 is released naturally in the environment because it is a greenhouse gas. It's an essential part of photosynthesis. As it helps in producing food and energy for plants. However outdoor CO2 concentration is increasing because of the industrial revolution.

Sources: – Anthropogenic sources: production of cement, deforestation, fossil fuel, coal, oil, and natural gas burning – Natural sources: ocean release, decomposition, respiration

Introduction: Formaldehyde is a naturally occurring organic compound with the formula CH₂O. The pure compound is a pungent-smelling colorless gas that polymerizes 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.

Introduction: 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, deodorants, etc. – Substances like Benzene, Ethanol, etc. can be found in paints, cleaners, detergents, sanitizers, kerosene, petrol, and polishes.

Introduction: Ozone (O3) forms by three oxygen atoms composing. It is a preventive layer between the earth and the sun. But direct exposure to living things is much more harmful. The sources on the earth's surface are not directly emitted. It forms because of some gas reactions.

Sources: – Activities like cooking, combustion, and cigarette smoking.

Introduction: Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a dangerous gas. It is also an odorless, tasteless, colorless pollutant. The gas is emitted into the atmosphere because of fuel combustion. Such as natural gas, oil, coal, wood.

Sources: – Gas stoves, kerosene, furnace leakage, car exhaust, space heaters

Ambient Monitoring

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Ambient Air Quality Monitoring

Outdoor Air is also called ambient air. Ambient Air Monitoring is one of the main aspects that determine environmental stability. Air pollution does not only harm us, but 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 Ambient 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., and 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.

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Introduction: 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 micrometers and 2.5 micrometers 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 dust, dirt, and smoke.

Sources: Its particles originate from both natural and human activities. – 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 act as precursors for the formation of PM in the atmosphere.

Introduction: CO2 is released naturally in the environment because it is a greenhouse gas. It's an essential part of photosynthesis. As it helps in producing food and energy for plants. However outdoor CO2 concentration is increasing because of the industrial revolution.

Sources: – The principal causes are deforestation and the burning of all fossil fuels such as coal. – Decomposition, ocean release, and respiration are the natural sources.

Introduction: Nitrogen Dioxide is a chemical compound of oxidation of nitric oxide. It has harmful effects on the entire environment. It can be colorless to brown and in liquid form. NO2 is released into the atmosphere from various resources.

Sources: – Combustion sources are mostly responsible for the release of nitrogen dioxide. Vehicular emissions are 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.

Introduction: Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) is a chemical compound of sulfur and oxygen. It is a colorless, soluble gas with a characteristic pungent smell. And It is highly reactive. Because it can react with other pollutants in the air to form fine particulate matter.

Sources: – Fossil fuels burning, such as coal, oil, and diesel, release SO2. With it, power plants, metal processing plants, and Tranportations that function with diesel engines are the main sources (old buses and trucks, locomotives, ships, and off-road diesel). – Natural sources include geothermal activity. Such as energy from natural pools and hot springs.

Introduction: Ozone (O3) forms by three oxygen atoms composing. It is a preventive layer between the earth and the sun. But direct exposure to living things is much more harmful. The sources on the earth's surface are not directly emitted. It forms because of some gas reactions.

Sources: – The photochemical reaction between oxides of nitrogen and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emits O3. – O3 is also released from power plants, vehicles, refineries, and chemical industries. Gases react with the unlight's presence and form ozone in the atmosphere.

Introduction: Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a dangerous gas. It is also an odorless, tasteless, colorless pollutant. The gas is emitted into the atmosphere because of fuel combustion. Such as natural gas, oil, coal, wood.

Sources: – Natural sources are forest fires, volcanic eruptions, and gases released from coal mines. – Fireplaces gas and wood burning, Vehicles, parking lots, and basement parking lots are the human-induced factors.

Indoor Monitoring

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Indoor Air Quality Monitoring:

Indoor air quality is where we spend almost our day. We spent 90% of the day in the office, home, gym, and other indoor set-ups. Everyone assumes safe and healthy inside our homes. But it is the opposite because indoor is much more polluted than outdoor air quality.Moreover, indoor air quality is much more dreadful than outdoor pollution. Because it influences the overall well-being of a person. Indoor air quality affects a person’s performance and comfort. It can also impact performances in offices, schools, gyms, and other places.

Sources of Ambient Air Pollution

Lack of ventilation increases indoor air pollution. These pollutants released from cooking, candles, incense sticks burning, painting, and deodorants influence the air quality. These pollutants are trapped inside the indoor environment. It causes various problems for human well-being.

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Introduction:Particulate matter includes a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets in the air. They have different sizes and are known as aerosols. It includes various particles, such as dirt, smoke, fly ash, mists, condensing vapors, mist, soot, or dust. These are conspicuous enough to be visible to the naked eye. But many are tiny that cannot be detected without an electron microscope. As their size is much smaller in the size. PM2.5 is almost 1/30th of the size of a human hair! These include dust, dirt, and smoke.

Sources: - Infiltration via doors, windows & walls (fenestration). – Activities like cooking, combustion, and cigarette smoking.

Introduction: CO2 is released naturally in the environment because it is a greenhouse gas. It's an essential part of photosynthesis. As it helps in producing food and energy for plants. However outdoor CO2 concentration is increasing because of the industrial revolution.

Sources: – Anthropogenic sources: production of cement, deforestation, fossil fuel, coal, oil, and natural gas burning – Natural sources: ocean release, decomposition, respiration

Introduction: Formaldehyde is a naturally occurring organic compound with the formula CH₂O. The pure compound is a pungent-smelling colorless gas that polymerizes 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.

Introduction: 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, deodorants, etc. – Substances like Benzene, Ethanol, etc. can be found in paints, cleaners, detergents, sanitizers, kerosene, petrol, and polishes.

Introduction: Ozone (O3) forms by three oxygen atoms composing. It is a preventive layer between the earth and the sun. But direct exposure to living things is much more harmful. The sources on the earth's surface are not directly emitted. It forms because of some gas reactions.

Sources: – Activities like cooking, combustion, and cigarette smoking.

Introduction: Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a dangerous gas. It is also an odorless, tasteless, colorless pollutant. The gas is emitted into the atmosphere because of fuel combustion. Such as natural gas, oil, coal, wood.

Sources: – Gas stoves, kerosene, furnace leakage, car exhaust, space heaters

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