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News — Indoor Air Quality

GSS CO2 Sensors, Improving Your Indoor Living Space

GSS CO2 Sensors, Improving Your Indoor Living Space
CO2 monitoring serves as a vital tool for monitoring indoor air quality and preventing air-borne illnesses. We discuss GSS CO2 sensor solutions used specifically in monitoring indoor air environments. 

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High CO2 Levels Indoors Will Surprise You

High CO2 Levels Indoors Will Surprise You
CO2Meter highlights the importance of CO2 monitoring and showcases real customer insights to understanding CO2 levels in their home, office, or classroom.

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How to Monitor Indoor Air Quality around the Holiday

How to Monitor Indoor Air Quality around the Holiday
Maintaining the best indoor air quality in your home is more important than you may think. Poor ventilation is common around the holidays and the use of a CO2 monitor can be life changing.

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Indoor Air Quality in Schools, Office Buildings

Indoor Air Quality in Schools, Office Buildings
Ensuring proper IAQ across homes, schools, universities, and office buildings is vital to verify indoor air quality and mitigate direct negative health effects.

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What makes you Sleepy after Thanksgiving Dinner: Tryptophan or CO2?

What makes you Sleepy after Thanksgiving Dinner: Tryptophan or CO2?
For years, scientists have told us that the reason we feel tired after eating a traditional Thanksgiving meal is that turkey contains tryptophan, a natural sedative. But the staff at CO2Meter has known for years that high carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the office also results in drowsiness.

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