Why CO2 Monitoring Matters
High CO2 levels in enclosed spaces such as offices and schools can lead to several health concerns, including headaches, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating. ASHRAE, a global society dedicated to advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment, recommends that CO2 levels remain below 1000 ppm in schools and 800 ppm in offices.
Pioneering Sensor Technology: BMS, LoRaWAN, and CO2 Management
Building Management Systems (BMS) integrated with LoRaWAN (Low Power, Long Range Wide Area Network) harness cutting-edge sensor technology to offer real-time, precise monitoring of CO2 levels in indoor environments. At BOSS CONTROLS, our pioneering systems and expertise take monitoring a step further than just energy management. It’s about deciphering data for actionable, tangible benefits, ensuring spaces that are not only safe but also conducive to health, aligning with Global Goal 3, Good Health and Wellbeing.
This is why BMS controls, especially those implemented by BOSS CONTROLS, should matter to more than just the Energy Manager. Human resources and overall employee well-being are deeply influenced by these environmental factors, which in turn affects your Financial Bottom Line. Every company should view BMS controls as an integral component of their corporate responsibility towards staff and occupants.
The Risks of Elevated CO2
Continual exposure to high CO2 levels can result in:
- Increased heart rate
- Respiratory issues
- Challenges in concentration
- Overwhelming fatigue
The key to combatting these risks lies in effective ventilation, regular air exchange, and continuous CO2 level checks. With our state-of-the-art automation systems, we ensure that indoor spaces are optimal for productivity and well-being.
To learn more about how we’re transforming indoor environments with our advanced CO2 monitoring systems and innovative approaches, please get in touch via our contact form or ring our team on 01403 886508.