indoor air
quality monitors

Indoor air quality monitoring,
protecting your people
and buildings


If maintaining good indoor air quality within your workplace is a priority, we can help with a range of wireless cloud-based sensors. The monitoring data from our devices will provide ongoing guidance for the operation of your ventilation and air purification systems.

Our occupational hygiene technicians will install and setup the devices at your site. Providing an ongoing monthly consultancy overview of the data along with an annual maintenance/calibration service.

The following targets are available within our IAQ range of sensors and when combined with our expertise, they can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your environment.

Ongoing Accurate Indoor Air Quality Monitoring,
Ensuring A Compliant And Safe Workplace

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ ) Monitors

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ ) MonitorsVolatile Organic Compounds

The levels of total volatile organic compounds are detected using a photo ionisation sensor capable of achieving a resolution of 0.1 ppm.

Humidity and TemperatureHumidity and Temperature

Accurately monitoring relative humidity and temperature levels with a resolution of 1%.


The particulate sensor will detect dust levels as small as 1 micron in size using laser light scattering technology.

Carbon dioxideCarbon dioxide

The carbon dioxide sensor uses a non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) absorption sensor which has a resolution of 45ppm and a detection range of 0-10000ppm.

Improve the atmosphere in your workplace
with our air quality management system...

Reduce the likelihood of airborne Covid-19 transmission in your workplace with our air quality management system...


Knowledge Centre Article

Expand your knowledge on this topic by reading our informative article

Improving Workplace Ventilation - The Complete Guide
Improving Workplace Ventilation - The Complete Guide


The law says employers must make sure there’s an adequate supply of fresh air in the workplace. There are two ways of maximising the level of fresh air in a workspace, either by natural and / or mechanical ventilation. Ventilation control measures play an essential role in reducing future virus transmission and reassuring staff. 

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