Carbon dioxide acts on our physical and vital functions in many different ways; it can affect breathing, regular blood circulation and alter the acidity of body fluids.
VOCs, volatile organic compounds, are carcinogenic chemicals released by detergents, paints, glues, solvents, adhesives. They can cause serious effects depending on the level of exposure, ranging from sensory discomfort to severe disorders.
Pm2.5, or fine particles, are a set of microscopic particles dispersed in the air that are breathed in the form of dust, smoke, droplets of liquid substances.
Pm10, or fine particles, are a set of microscopic particles dispersed in the air that are breathed in the form of dust, smoke, droplets of liquid substances.
Radon is a natural, colourless and odourless radioactive gas. It results from the decay of radium, i.e. the process whereby a radioactive substance spontaneously transforms into another substance, by emitting radiations.
The optimal temperature conditions vary between 18 and 20° C. Keeping these parameters constant favours comfort and liveability of spaces and the well-being of people. On the other hand, excessively high values can affect productivity, causing mental fatigue and tiredness.
High humidity levels can lead to the proliferation of moulds, mites and other hazardous organic compounds. If humidity values are too low, the risk of being more exposed to allergies, colds and respiratory disease increases.
A sensor-based technology to detect additional chemical compounds and to ensure a more complete monitoring of indoor air quality is now being implemented.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Smart mechanical ventilation
Indoor air exchange is ensured by Act, namely our device that checks the ventilation systems when the nose sensors detect levels of pollutants higher than the limit values. This allows to generate well-being but also to keep costs and consumption down.
(Act is applicable to all ventilation systems)
The IAQ indoor air quality index is generated through the calculation and correlation of all measured parameters (radon, TVOC, CO2, PM 2.5 / PM 10, temperature, humidity and pressure)
befreest complies with the WELL protocol
befreest complies with the specifications required by the WELL protocol, i.e. the most advanced international standard for assessing the healthiness of buildings developed by the International WELL building institute.
All devices are interconnected with IoT technology even in the absence of pre-existing internet networks.
Low consumption rates
Nose devices are all low energy consumption, because we care for the environment!
The calculation algorithms allow you to control indoor air exchanges in a straightforward and intuitive way.
Devices are easy to install and need no further setup.
Data reports can be retrieved and downloaded from our platform to receive detailed information on indoor air quality.
The whole system can be easily expanded to cover all the operational requirements of indoor air quality control.
AT ANY TIME
Hub is a web application that allows users to monitor air quality in real time and consult the history of acquired data. A customized dashboard allows you to have an overview of the nose system in a matter of few seconds and to display all sensors and devices on a map.
Through the mobile app (Android/iOS) it is possible to read the data at any time and evaluate the effects of the technology deployed, with the same dashboard accessible via the web.
Hub makes it possible to verify the operation of mechanised ventilation systems and check their effectiveness.
Customizable dashboard for a comprehensive overview of key parameters and metrics, to be monitored.
Users can also view all the installed sensors on a map, thus receiving georeferenced information on the data processed by the device.
Contents accessible in a straightforward and intuitive way, according to a controlled and secure hierarchical system.
Hub provides access to data at any time allowing for real-time detection and analysis. Continuous and constant monitoring ensures excellent indoor pollution management.
The device configuration is performed according to the specific monitoring requirements of each individual user, ranging from acquired information management to report sharing and use of alerts.
Each user is assigned with a role in the organization of the platform. Depending on the different degree of access, it will be possible to view and manage data, receive alerts and share information.
In the event of detection of pollutants whose values exceed the permitted threshold, the platform will send a notification to the user. Alerts can be customized to receive the updates that are considered most useful for monitoring indoor air quality.
Hub collects and stores environmental data allowing authorized users to easily view and manage the information repository. The reports that are generated can also be exported.
PTo facilitate an information overview, it is possible to integrate third-party data within the nose platform in order to have a more detailed knowledge of the risks associated with the presence of pollutants and to plan specific prevention strategies.