Indoor air quality: a key issue for schools
Since 1 January 2018, indoor air quality monitoring has been mandatory in France in all buildings that are open to children under the age of 6. And since 1 January 2020, such monitoring has been made mandatory for all secondary schools, colleges and leisure centres. The regulations are moving towards making it mandatory to monitor indoor air quality regularly in all buildings open to the public. The substances to be monitored are formaldehyde, benzene and carbon dioxide (CO2). Decrees No. 2011-1728 of 02/12/2011 and No. 2012-14 of 5 January 2012.
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The EOLIS Air Manager has been tested by an independent French laboratory to demonstrate its effectiveness and filtering power regarding the substances to be monitored: formaldehyde and benzene. * Test conditions can be viewed on our website.
Monitors indoor air quality in real time (VOCs and PM2.5)
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The EOLIS Air Manager automatically adapts to the room in which it is located.
The device is fitted with sensors that can determine the level of pollution in a room, distinguishing between VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and fine particles (PM2.5) in the air.
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