As a result of Covid-19 and its transmission in aerosol form, the EPA, CDC, DOE and WHO have released guidelines for reducing transmission by up to 50 % by; increasing the flow of ‘fresh’ (outside) air; the use of MERV-13 filtration in the HVAC system; augmenting this with air cleaning technologies which have a CADR (Clean Air Deliver Rate) sized to the room they are used in. Researchers also recommend measuring the effectiveness of these approaches through testing of particle count and size using low-cost Air Quality Monitors .
What if there was a low cost, real time way to monitor indoor air especially very fine particles, determine when it’s bad, identify possible sources, and take steps to improve and remove it? You could answer these questions:
At Piera Systems, our technology originally developed to detect X-Rays by counting photons has been adapted to measure and count all sizes of particulate matter and forms the brains of our Intelligent Particle Sensor (IPS) used in our Canāree Air Quality Monitors. No other sensor currently available can measure coarse, fine and very fine particles and deliver the data needed to measure the effectiveness of any mitigation. Its data can alert you to bad air events, the magnitude and duration, classify possible sources, suggest steps to mitigate, and monitor their effectiveness.
Don’t wait for the EPA, the CDC and the WHO, take action by knowing What’s in your Air?
 EPA Webinar: Navigating the Landscape of Air Cleaning Tech for Covid-19, June 16, 2021