Indoor air quality and comfort level
Indoor air quality H3>
The carbon dioxide concentration and the indoor air quality in interiors are deemed to be the most important indicators that the quality of the indoor air is good enough.
- Evaluate indoor air quality by CO2 and other measurements
- The CO2 concentrations should not exceed 1,000 ppm
Temperature and humidity H3>
The parameters air temperature and relative humidity are important when planning, choosing and setting heating and ventilation systems.
- Recommendations for the relative air humidity: 30 % to 65 %
Air flow comfort level H3>
Air velocity in indoor areas directly affects thermal comfort.
- The turbulence indicates the air velocity fluctuation and intensity of air flow
- Exact measurement of air temperature and turbulence
Radiant heat H3>
Extreme conditions in workplaces often specifically lead to more arduous work loads.
- The WBGT index (Wet Bulb Globe Temperature) is used to evaluate workplaces which are affected by thermal radiation
- Compliance with DIN 33403 and ISO 7243
Comfort level (PMV/PPD) H3>
A person's sense of well-being in a room (level of comfort) depends on a series of particular external influencing factors.
- All of the parameters combined in the PMV/PPD measurement
- Average climate assessment value
- According to ISO 7730
Suitable lighting in the workplace provides workers with sufficient light to be able to perform their jobs well.
- Measure and assess luminous intensity (natural or artificial light)
If the noise level is high at work, staff efficiency is reduced - no matter whether the noise pollution is caused by equipment or colleagues.
- More clarity with sound measurement in workplaces