WHY WE CARE AIR QUALITY ​?

Most of people drink 2-3 liters of water and inhale more than 15,000 liters of air per day. We spend 80% of time in indoor environment but we are not aware of the air quality.

Indoor Air Quality and Health​

The studies had found that as a good indoor air quality, appropriate ventilation with clean fresh air can reduce infections and chronic lung diseases. In contrast, Poor indoor air quality can cause or contribute to the development of infections, respiratory diseases, chronic diseases,
allergies, and even stroke and other complications are more common there is an immediate drowsiness, dizziness, headache and other phenomena.

CLEAN AIR IS COMPRISED OF 21% OXYGEN, 78% NITROGEN, AND 1% ARGON.

The variety of indoor environmental pollutants and sources of pollution, including carbon monoxide caused by the incomplete combustion, carbon dioxide produced by human breath, furnishings as diverse as deteriorated, and products for household cleaning and maintenance, electric equipment, outdoor sources such as radon, pesticides, and outdoor air pollution.

Poor indoor air quality can affect a person's health, comfort, and ability to work. It can include building materials or furnishings such as formaldehydes can cause eye irritations, drowsiness, headaches and dizziness.

The Best Solution is Always Real-time Monitoring

Indoor air quality often changes as the climate and outdoor air changes. The air quality also depends on household, electronics devices, appliances, furniture, decoration, and habits. To maintain good air for long term health life and safe living environment, the best solution is to always monitor the air changes.

Diseases and Air Pollutants

 OUR TEAM

Founder  

Development Team: Brian Chen, Aqnyddo Shao, Roland Wang, Johnson Tsai, Vickie Lin, Bryant Huang, Leo Su​

Marketing: Claire Juan

Branding Designer: Echo Creative

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