Aranet air quality sensors in Võru municipality's educational institutions
Educational institutions are favorable places for the spread of viruses. This is not a big surprise, as schools have so many people at the same time in a closed environment, where it is difficult to meet all safety requirements. Scientists have established that viruses are spread as an aerosol, which can remain in a closed space for a very long time. The best way to combat this is to ensure proper air exchange. In addition, poor air quality affects children's well-being - children become drowsy and their ability to learn suffers significantly.
Võru municipality schools and kindergartens started to use automatic air quality meters which are used to monitor the air quality of the premises in real time. Hansab installed Aranet4 PRO sensors, which measure CO2, air temperature, air humidity and air pressure, in twelve children's institutionsData collectors were also installed, which collect information from the sensors and transfer them over the network to software that enables the preparation of various reports, graphs and alarms, which help to better understand the overall picture of the building's air quality.