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Air Quality Monitor

Prana Air’s smart, accurate, and low-cost air quality monitors for indoor and
outdoor pollution monitoring PM2.5, PM10, CO, CO2, O3, NO2, SO2, HCHO, TVOCs,
and other pollutants are available.

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prana air pocket monitor

Pocket+ Monitor


23%

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

prana air cair air quality monitor

CAIR Air Monitor


23%

₹14,990.00
  • 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%

Out of Stock
  • 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%

₹59,000.00
₹61,990.00
  • Battery : NA
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air sensible plus air quality monitor

Sensible+ Air Monitor (Basic)


23%

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  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : 7″ Touch Screen
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

Sensible+ Air Monitor (Advanced)


23%

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  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : 7″ Touch Screen
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air squair+ air quality monitor

SQUAIR+ Monitor


23%

From ₹42,990.00
  • Battery : NA
  • Screen : LCD Touch
  • Connectivity : WiFi/GSM/RS485
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Noise
  • Light
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

Prana Air ambient air quality monitor

Ambient Air Monitor


23%

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  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi/GSM/RS485
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • CO
  • CO2
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • O3
  • EtOH
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

Prana Air smart indoor pm monitor

Indoor PM Monitor


23%

₹20,000
  • Battery : 2000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : GSM SIM
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air pocket monitor

Pocket+ Monitor


23%

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

prana air cair air quality monitor

CAIR Air Monitor


23%

₹14,990.00
  • 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%

Out of Stock
  • 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%

₹59,000.00
₹61,990.00
  • 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 (Basic)


23%

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  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : 7″ Touch Screen
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air sensible plus air quality monitor

Sensible+ Air Monitor (Advanced)


23%

Request On Quote
  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : 7″ Touch Screen
  • Connectivity : WiFi
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air squair air quality monitor

SQUAIR+ Air Monitor


23%

From ₹42,990.00
  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : LED Touch
  • Connectivity : WiFi/GSM/RS485
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM2.5
  • PM10
  • CO
  • CO2
  • O3
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • TVOC
  • HCHO
  • Noise
  • Light
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

Prana Air smart indoor pm monitor

Indoor PM Monitor


23%

₹20,000
  • Battery : 2000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : GSM SIM
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

prana air pocket monitor

Pocket+ Monitor


23%

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

Prana Air ambient air quality monitor

Ambient Air Monitor


23%

₹Request On Quote
  • Battery : 5000 mAh
  • Screen : LCD
  • Connectivity : WiFi/GSM/RS485
  • SD card : Yes
  • PM1
  • PM2.5
  • CO
  • CO2
  • SO2
  • NO2
  • O3
  • EtOH
  • HCHO
  • Temp.
  • Humidity

What Makes Prana Air Pollution Monitors So Special?

Prana Air manufactures the highest-quality air pollution monitors with low-cost (cheap) features, superior quality, long durability, and high accuracy. Prana Air delivers the same features and attributes as more costly air monitoring products at a lower cost and with the same accuracy. So why would you spend more money on a high-end brand when you can get the same items with qualities like accuracy, quality, durability, and mobility for less money?

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Real-time monitoring of the vital parameters

PM10, PM2.5, PM1, CO2, Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOCs), Formaldehyde (HCHO), CO, temperature, and humidity are just a few of the air pollutants monitored by Prana Air Quality Monitors. Toxic gas sensors such as NO2, SO2, O3, and H2S are also measured by our well-equipped monitors. Air quality data is available in real-time for the users.

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Data that is accurate and hassle-free

All of the metrics in the monitors have their own air quality sensors. The sensors have been tuned in a unique way. It gives us an edge over current monitoring systems, which use algorithms to compute the level of particular contaminants. As a result, our monitors are built to provide consumers with reliable data.

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Connectivity that is simple and versatile

Our Monitors are experts in the field of connection. Wi-Fi, GSM, and RS-485 are among the communication options available on the displays. Whether it’s for your room or the overall building management system (BMS), Prana Air- air quality devices are intended to meet your demands. You may also link your air monitors to your televisions and broadcast the dashboard data 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Solution that is both portable and affordable

At an air quality monitoring station, the Air Quality Index (AQI) is commonly computed using complicated algorithms. The monitors’ high-end air quality sensors, on the other hand, compress a full station into a compact gadget that won’t leave a hole in your pockets. We provide the best low-cost air quality meters available. These attractive monitors may be placed anywhere or carried with you for rapid readings!

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Smart Access to Remote Data

Connect our monitor to the AQI Air Quality mobile app to get all of your data in one place. Additionally, the user may connect many devices and track them all at the same time. View the data’s graphical representations and compare several data sets.

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Our top priority is you.

You are significant to us. As a result, we also build bespoke equipment and supply air quality solutions based on our clients’ needs. If you’re looking for a reliable air pollution meter, look no further. The best option is to use Prana Air Monitors.

The Technology We Use
For Air Quality Sensors

Prana Air – air pollution monitors are equipped with long-lasting air quality sensors that employ cutting-edge technology to assess contaminants in the air.

Air Pollutants Operating Principle
Particulate Matter
(PM10, 2.5 )
Type of Sensor: Optical 90˚ Light Scattering

The light that reaches the mirror’s aperture at a 90° angle is reflected back to the sensor. For as long as the light is reflected, the photodiode detects a pulse. The electrical signal is then translated into a particulate matter concentration.

CO2 Type of Sensor: Non-Dispersive Infrared Sensors (NDIR)

When infrared (IR) radiation interacts with gas molecules, the light at a specific wavelength is absorbed by the gas molecules, causing them to vibrate. The sensors detect a decrease in transmitted infrared light that is proportional to the gas concentration.

TVOC Type of Sensor: Metal Oxide Sensors (MOS)

By absorbing free electrons, oxygen is adsorbed on the surface of semiconductor particles when heated in air at a high temperature. The radius of the semiconductor determines the formation of a depletion layer. The depletion can reach all of a particle’s surface area.

Toxic Gases
(CO, O3, NOx, SOx,
H2S & C2H5OH)
Type of Sensor: Electrochemical Sensors

The fuel cells have two electrodes and are amperometric. When the hazardous gas gets into contact with the working electrode, it is oxidized through a chemical reaction with the water molecules in the air.

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Air Quality Management System

The most basic requirement for life on this planet is air. Clean air is a human right. However, during the last few decades, the population boom and rapid urbanization have deteriorated air quality. People all across the world are gasping for oxygen due to the reduction in air quality. As a result, effective air quality control strategies are becoming increasingly important. Burning fossil fuels for power, heat, and transportation is responsible for the majority of human-caused emissions in the United States.

“Air quality management refers to all the operations a regulatory body performs to assist safeguard human health and the environment from the detrimental impacts of air pollution,” according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. In basic terms, it refers to all of the critical activities or aims that a regulatory government or authority does to safeguard persons and the environment in relation to a country’s air quality regulations.

An Air Quality Management System (AQMS) is a comprehensive plan for reducing pollution in the air. It entails the accurate monitoring of the variables that influence and steer an environment’s air quality (indoor or outdoor). Monitoring is critical for identifying the major pollutants in a given environment and, as a result, for developing a precise and comprehensive management strategy to address air pollution. As a result, air quality monitoring becomes the most important aspect in ensuring that we can breathe clean, fresh air.

Particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulphur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs) are all common air contaminants that make the air we breathe unbreathable (TVOCs). However, due to the different sources of pollution, several criteria that drive interior and outside air differ from one another. As a result, the permitted limits for air pollutants fluctuate depending on whether the setting is indoor or outdoor. These requirements may change or be lowered depending on a variety of conditions, including country, source availability, and so on.

Prana Air Outdoor Air Quality Monitor is a digitally controlled Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System (CAAQMS) that provides real-time air data. Different sensors on the monitor measure the presence of PM 10 and PM 2.5, SO2, NO2, O3, H2S, and CO. It is inexpensive, simple to use, portable takes less time to analyze, has no further costs after purchase, and features GSM, Wi-Fi, and RS-485 communication.

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Air Quality Standards

Parameters WELL LEED ASHRAE WHO-Europe
PM 2.5 35 µg/m3 15 µg/m3 35 µg/m3 <-
CO <9 ppm 10 ppm 11 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)

Highly Accurate Prana Air Monitor

PM2.5 correlation with high-end instrument

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One-Stop Solution – AQI Mobile App

Download the AQI App
to stay up to current
on air quality in your area.

Download the AQI app on your iOS/Android device(s) to track the quality of the air you breathe and forget about your problems.
You may get the software from the Google Play Store (for Android) or the Apple App Store (for iOS) (for iOS).

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

Download the AQI app on your iOS/Android device(s) to track the quality of the air you breathe and forget about your problems.
You may get the software from the Google Play Store (for Android) or the Apple App Store (for iOS).

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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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AQI Web Dashboard

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    Real-time & Historical Data

    Anytime, anyplace, get real-time or historical air pollution statistics for your city, including AQI, PM2.5, PM10, temperature, humidity, and noise parameters.

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    Recommendations for Health

    Obtain health-related suggestions based on current air quality. On days when there is a lot of pollution, keep an eye out for them.

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    Generate a Link/Scan the QR

    Create a link or QR code to share the real-time monitoring data with others.

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    Comprehensive Air Quality Data

    To access AQI information on the move, add the AQI India widget to your home screen.

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    A dependable dashboard

    Log in to the web-dashboard and have a look at all of the cool features. It makes the data on the display more useful and understandable.

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    Export Data

    An dedicated online dashboard allows you to export your device’s data in Excel Sheet format for future reference.

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    Multiple devices converge
    in one location

    Through WiFi/GSM/RS485 communication, easy connecting with one or more Prana Air – Air Pollution Monitors.

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    For Comparative Ease,
    Graphical Representation

    For your convenience, you may get graphical representations of air quality data. You may also compare the data and draw conclusions.

Our Clients

  • Prana Air client times of india
  • Prana Air client zeco
  • Prana Air client mahindra
  • Prana Air client renault nissan
  • Prana Air client ola cab
  • Prana Air client microsoft
  • Prana Air client cii
  • Prana Air client leighton
  • Prana Air client gmda
  • Prana Air client havells
  • Prana Air client siemens
  • Prana Air client neeri
  • Prana Air client dae department of atomic energy
  • Prana Air client LnT construction
  • Prana Air client nkg insfrastructure
air quality monitor for construction pollution by pm2.5 sensor and live streaming camera

prana air pocket air quality monitor

Pocket+

prana air sensible air quality monitor

Sensible

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CAIR+

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Sensible+

Types of Air Quality Monitoring

outdoor air quality monitoring

Ambient Air Quality Monitoring

The term “ambient air” refers to the air that is available outside. One of the most important factors affecting environmental stability is ambient air monitoring. Air pollution is harmful not only to humans, but also to the environment and the chemistry of the earth’s atmosphere. Air quality is also influenced by meteorological conditions. As a result, it’s critical to keep an eye on the air quality outside.

Sources of Ambient Air Pollution

The release of dangerous air pollutants is caused by a combination of natural and anthropogenic (human-caused) sources. Forest fires, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, sea spray, landslides, soil degradation, pollination, windstorms, and other natural sources all produce significant amounts of air pollution. Emissions from different forms of transportation, building and demolition, garbage burning, agricultural operations, oil and gas production, chimney exhaust, industrial activities, and other anthropogenic causes of air pollution are examples. Some of the naturally occurring emissions are additionally exacerbated by human activity.

  • PM !
    Particulate Matter

    PM (particulate matter) is an acronym for particulate matter (also called particulates). Aerosols are a combination of solid particles and liquid droplets that are present in the air. They come in various sizes. Dirt, smoke, fly ash, mists, condensing vapours, mist, soot, or dust are examples of particles that are visible to the human eye. Others are so small that they can only be identified with an electron microscope. To put things in perspective, PM2.5 is around 1/30th the size of a human hair! Dust, filth, and smoke are examples of these.

    Sources:

    Both natural and anthropogenic (human) activity produce these particles.

    – Primary: Combustion, agricultural operations, building and demolition, unpaved roads, windblown dust, smokestacks, and forest fires are all examples of industrial processes.

    – Secondary: Other air pollutants that function as precursors to the creation of PM in the atmosphere, such as NOx, SOx, and VOCs.

  • CO2 !
    Carbon Dioxide

    Introduction: Carbon dioxide is a gas that exists in the atmosphere. CO2 is a gas that is produced spontaneously in the environment. It’s a necessary component of photosynthesis, the process through which plants generate food and energy. Since the Industrial Revolution, carbon dioxide levels have risen.

    Sources:

    – Deforestation and the combustion of all fossil fuels, such as coal, are the primary reasons.

    – Decomposition, ocean discharge, and respiration are all-natural sources.

  • NO2!
    Nitrogen Dioxide

    Introduction: Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) is found in the form of seven oxides in the ambient air. It is generated when nitric oxide in the atmosphere is oxidised. Nitrogen dioxide is colourless to brown in liquid form.

    Sources: The majority of nitrogen dioxide emissions come from combustion sources. Its primary outside source is vehicular pollution. Other sources of this gas include power plants, industrial boilers, and diesel-powered heavy construction equipment.

    – Volcanoes and microbes are examples of natural sources.

  • SO2!
    Sulfur Dioxide

    Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) is a colourless, soluble gas that has a distinctive unpleasant odour. It’s a highly reactive substance that may combine with other contaminants in the air to generate tiny particulate matter.

    Sources: Sulfur-containing fossil fuels, such as coal and oil, are primarily responsible for the production of this gas (eg, coal being burnt in a home fireplace for heating and diesel-powered vehicles). Industrial boilers, power plants, and other industrial operations such as metal processing (aluminum smelting and steel manufacture) and petroleum refining are the main producers of sulfur dioxide. Diesel engines, such as those found in ancient buses and vehicles, locomotives, ships, and off-road diesel equipment, are another important source.

    – Geothermal activity is a natural source.

  • O3 !
    Ozone

    The element ozone (O3) is a kind of oxygen. Gaseous ozone is formed when three oxygen atoms join together. When the concentration of ozone in the lower atmosphere (troposphere) exceeds the set limit, it is considered a pollutant. Direct contact with ground-level ozone (GLO) is extremely hazardous.

    Sources:

    – There is no direct source of ozone on the Earth’s surface, indicating that it does not occur naturally. It is produced by a photochemical interaction between nitrogen oxides and volatile organic molecules (VOCs). In the presence of sunshine, pollutants produced by automobiles, power plants, industrial boilers and precipitators, refineries, chemical companies, and other sources react to generate ozone in the atmosphere.

  • CO!
    Carbon Monoxide

    Introduction: The incomplete combustion of carbon-containing fuels such as gasoline, natural gas, oil, coal, and wood produces carbon monoxide (CO), a colourless, odourless, tasteless, and deadly atmospheric pollutant.

    Sources:

    – Water heaters

    – Furnaces or boilers

    – Fireplaces, both gas and wood-burning

    – Stoves (Wood and gas-based) and ovens

    – Tobacco smoke

 

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Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

We spend over 90% of our days indoors, whether at home, at the workplace, at the gym, or in other indoor settings. We believe we are the safest people in our own houses.

When compared to ambient air quality, indoor air quality might be more harmful. A few air contaminants can have concentrations that are 2 to 5 times greater than normal outdoor values. What’s even worse is that indoor air pollution has an impact on the individuals who live in that environment. Indoor air quality that is poor jeopardizes the health of the building’s residents, placing you and your loved ones in danger. Indoor air quality is a comfort as well as a health metric. As a result, monitoring becomes necessary.

Sources of Indoor Air Pollution

The burning of fuel-based products and the usage of home chemicals are the most common causes of pollution inside. Cooking, lighting candles and incense sticks, painting, dusting, and using deodorants, among other things, have an impact on indoor air quality. Pollutants, on the other hand, are confined in the interior environment due to a lack of space and clutter. This trapping leads to the problem of indoor air pollution, which is a serious issue.

  • PM !
    Particulate Matter

    Introduction: Particulate Matter (PM) is made up of small (solid or liquid) aerosol particles floating in the air. PM 10 and PM2.5 are particles with diameters of less than 10 micrometers and 2.5 micrometers, respectively, with PM2.5 being respirable. PM2.5 is about 1/30th the size of a human hair! Dust, filth, and smoke are examples of these.

    Sources:

    – Infiltration occurs through doors, windows, and walls (fenestration).

    – Activities like cooking, combustion, and cigarette smoking.

  • CO2 !
    Carbon Dioxide

    Introduction: Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a colourless gas with a density that is roughly 53% that of dry air. A carbon atom is covalently doubly linked to two oxygen atoms in its molecules.

    Sources:

    – Anthropogenic sources: production of cement, deforestation, fossil fuel, coal, oil, and natural gas burning

    – Natural sources: ocean release, decomposition, respiration

  • HCHO !
    Formaldehyde

    Formaldehyde is an organic molecule with the formula CH2O that occurs naturally. Because the pure chemical is a pungent-smelling colorless gas that spontaneously polymerizes into paraformaldehyde, it is kept as an aqueous solution.

    Sources:

    – Building materials, smoking, household items, and the use of unvented, fuel-burning equipment, such as gas stoves or kerosene space heaters, are all sources of formaldehyde in the home.

  • TVOC !
    Total Volatile
    Organic Compounds

    We utilise a number of chemicals that evaporate when they come into contact with air. The term “volatile compound” refers to such substances.

    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.

    * Carcinogenic

  • O3 !
    Ozone

    Ozone is a kind of oxygen that may be found in the atmosphere. Gaseous ozone is formed when three oxygen atoms join together. It is generated on the ground as a result of a photochemical interaction between nitrogen oxides and volatile organic molecules (VOCs).

    Sources:

    – Activities like cooking, combustion, and cigarette smoking.

  • CO !
    Carbon Monoxide

    Introduction: Cars, trucks, and other vehicles emit the most CO. Several products in the home, such as unvented kerosene, heaters, clogged and leaky chimneys, fireplaces/furnaces, and so on, have an influence on indoor air quality.

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

 

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    Applications of Air Quality Monitor

    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.