Start with precise detection and monitoring
Honeywell’s healthier buildings can help keep facilities safer for occupants, in part by cleaning the air automatically as people come and go. To do that, your building needs accurate data about the air quality - and that starts with our versatile range of sensors of indoor air quality (IAQ).
Help improve the air in your building and create a healthier environment for occupants
Some concentrations of organic chemicals are higher indoors than outdoors. In other scenarios, contaminated outdoor air may be introduced into a building through ventilation, causing unintended consequences. Indoor air quality (IAQ) sensors support the need for sensing these pollutants and implementing ideal ventilation strategies as part of the Building Management Systems (BMS). Our new IAQ Sensors will help improve the air within the building, creating a healthier environment for occupants.
Air quality matters
Proper air exchange can help dispel odors, chemicals and CO2, while reducing disease transmission
Better temperature control
The right temperatures improve health as well as productivity. 1
Keep occupants safer
Relative humidity of 40-60% can decrease occupant exposure to infectious particles and help reduce the spread of airborne pathogens. 2
Disinfect with UV-C light
UV-C Light can help inactivate virtual, bacterial and fungal organisms to disinfect surfaces.
Better pressure control
Pressure control in a space can help prevent and isolate airborne pathogens.
Air cleaners can help remove particles and clean recirculated and outdoor air.
Indoor air quality contributes to building health
Studies show that comfort levels inside your building impact health, satisfaction, and the productivity of occupants. This is influenced by factors such as comfortable temperatures and humidity, as well as air that is free of irritants, allergens and unwelcome odors.
IAQ Sensor specifications
All - in - one
A multi-sensing device that contains integrated sensors for temperature, relative humidity, CO2, PM, and TVOC. Reports values to the Building Management Systems (BMS) to provide real-time air quality monitoring. This is suitable for bench-marking and developing ventilation, filtration, and other strategies.
Particulate matter sensors measure the concentration of respirable fine particulate that can be harmful to individuals from exposure to high concentrations over time. These sensors offer particulate sensing for a range of sizes: PM1.0, PM2.5, PM4.0 or PM10.
Total volatile organic compounds
TVOC refers to the total concentration of multiple airborne VOC’s present in indoor air from a variety of sources. TVOC sensing can assess indoor air quality beyond the limitations of using CO2 as a standard metric. TVOC concentrations are typically higher indoors than outdoors supporting the need for sensing devices and ventilation strategies as part of the Building Management Systems (BMS).
Used for demand control ventilation (DVC) to control the amount of fresh outdoor air supplied to a space for cooling and maintaining acceptable levels of CO2. Additionally, ventilation via CO2 sensors can help minimize energy costs due to over-ventilation. Honeywell's self-calibrating and factory certified CO2 sensors ensure accuracy and compliance with CA Title 24, §120.1(d)3 and 4.
Better indoor air quality starts with precision detection and monitoring. Request more information about Honeywell's IAQ Sensors.
1 Berkeley Lab, Better control of indoor temperatures [Accessed September 1, 2020]
2 Yale News, Hopes of pandemic respite this spring may depend upon what happens indoors, Bill Hathaway, March 30, 2020 [Accessed August 26, 2020]