In the last 200 years we have profoundly transformed our life habits and today people in industrialized nations spend 90%
of their time indoors: we have gone from living mainly outdoors to a modern existence made up of houses, offices, shops, gyms,
factories, other closed public and private spaces). These lifestyle habits have an impact on our health.
The relevance of the so-called sick building syndrome, which can be defined as a series of short-term ailments (irritation of the
eyes, nose, throat, headache, fatigue, difficulty concentrating) and long term (respiratory diseases, asthma, ...) caused by poor air quality
(reduced air exchange, lack of ventilation, inadequate air conditioning systems, ...).
The Covid-19 pandemic has turned the spotlight even more on the need to live in healthy environments: various studies have shown, for
example, that high levels of CO2 (linked to overcrowding and poor ventilation) are associated with an increased risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
The Federation of European Heating, ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations (REHVA) recommends using CO2 measurement devices inside buildings
to assess the risks of transmitting SARS-CoV-2 via aerosols.
MeshCube is equipped with sensors that allow you to measure the
level of temperature, CO2, humidity and pressure of indoor spaces. Thanks to these functions it is easy and fast to always keep the air quality
under control and decide to open the windows or activate the mechanical ventilation only when it is actually necessary.