The carbon dioxide (CO₂) is a colourless and odourless gaseous that combines carbon and oxygen that is harmful at a high concentration of CO₂.
Using CO₂ measuring device can effectively keep track recording of exhaust gas and monitor the indoor air quality continuously. Here’s 5 tips to consider for an efficient air quality measurement.
- Choose The Right Measuring Instrument
Do you need a CO₂ measuring device for continuous data recording or to carry out measurements at different location? Know your CO₂ measuring requirements. Either a stationary CO₂ data logger, flue gas analyzers, air velocity & IAQ data logger is ideal for you.
- Understand The Ambient Conditions
The condensation and fine dust will affect the optical path and accuracy of the measurement results.
- Avoid Breathe Directly Onto The Probe
The air is saturated with CO₂ and must not flow in the direction of the probe. Simply use a stand and move slightly to one side.
- Head Height Measurement
It is important to determine the CO₂ value at the head height of people working at the workplace for health and safety purpose.
- Routine Check When The CO₂ Value Raised
If the CO₂ concentration is high, a immediate check and quick fix are required.