The Airthinx GO is a fully integrated solution for continuous air quality monitoring and remediation. The device combines built-in high-end sensors with the latest purification technologies of UV light and Ionization, all controlled by the Airthinx cloud-based operating system. The plug & play system installation enables immediate remediation and control of any indoor mobile environment.
A fully calibrated device using 9 built-in cutting-edge sensors that accurately monitor and detect key air quality parameters on-site.
By combining Airthinx’s powerful processor with artificial intelligence, Airthinx GO provides accurate & reliable data acquisition and analytics.
An independent & self-sufficient connected system that utilizes 3G/4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, & mesh to connect the device to the cloud, without the need for a local network.
The device contains the latest technologies of UV light and Ionization to remove harmful viruses, mold, fungi, bacteria, and ultrafine particles.
The on-site air continuously travels into the Airthinx GO, where built-in sensors evaluate its quality.
Built-in connectivity enables data to be sent to the cloud wirelessly, where it is analyzed using AI & ML.
When the Airthinx GO monitoring data indicates any deviation from the standard levels, remediation processes are automatically activated until the Airthinx Blue standard is achieved.
Data can be accessed online through the web console or Airthinx app, anytime, anywhere.
Continuous accurate & precise indoor air quality monitoring in any infrastructure with never before seen information and analytics that result in better indoor spaces, everywhere in the world.
Real-time air quality score is determined by the data acquired by the Airthinx IAQ device and advanced algorithms, providing users with a quick overview of their indoor air quality score.
Optimal temperature conditions range between 68 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit. Anything over can result in mental fatique causing diminished reaction times and delayed information processing.
Dust, fungi, bacteria, pollen & diesel exhaust are common examples of Particulate Matter. The smaller these particles are, the worse they are for your health, especially because they are invisible. The smallest of the Particulates, linger in the atmosphere for weeks at a time, are freely transported by air currents, and are most likely to cause infection by bacteria released by just a single cough or sneeze.
Differences in barometric pressure can increase the flow of infectious particles. Certain rooms within a healthcare building or industrial space should be positively or negatively pressurized with respect to surrounding areas. Positively pressurized rooms are usually designed to protect a patient, clean supplies, or equipment within the room. Negative pressure is used to contain airborne contaminants within a room.
Formaldehyde is a naturally occurring organic compound with the formula CH2O (H-CHO). The dangerous gas is commonly emitted by wooden painted surfaces, fabrics, carpets, adhesives & glues in furniture, and building materials like pressed wood & particle board.
Exposure to hazardous conditions resulting from building decay, water damage, poor plumbing, and legacy pollutants are exacerbated by high levels of humidity. Spikes in humidity may result in mold growth on any substance which can happen within 48 hours of contact with a surface, triggering asthma, respiratory symptoms, irritation of the eyes, nose & mouth.
VOCs, volatile organic compounds, are cancer-causing chemicals released by cleaning agents.
As more people occupy a space, carbon dioxide levels spike, increasing the likelihood of sleepiness, distraction, lethargy and affecting productivity, concentration, and work performance.