Be aware of your indoor air quality during the wildfire season



Every summer, the wildfires leave its mark.

The wildfires smoke produces a wide range of pollutants that can be detrimental to our health. The particles from smoke tend to be very small and can easily pass through our respiratory system. The number of families affected by the wildfires has led to an increase in public health problems. The best way to prevent breathing harmful particles from wildfires is to stay indoors with doors and windows closed.However, it is well known that indoor air quality especially with minimal airflow can be as harmful as breathing the air outside. To decrease the exposure to bad air quality, the ideal is to be aware of your home’s air situation. Understanding the levels of pollutants circulating your home is the first step to breathe cleaner air. The levels of carbon dioxide have great increase during the wildfires period as well.


Monitoring the air quality is essential to keep ourselves aware of our health conditions, in many situations the air quality is connected with our current health state. Nowadays many tools are available to help us breathe better air. One of them is the air quality monitor, understanding the healthy levels of pollutants can help us live a better and healthier life.

For more information about Temtop Air Quality Monitors, please refer to the items below

PMD 351

Handheld Particle Counter, measure PM1.0, PM2.5, PM4.0 PM1 and TSP
M2000 2nd Generation
Handheld monitor, measure PM2.5, PM10, CO2, HCHO, temperature and humidity with extra function of histogram and data export 
LKC - 1000S+ 2nd Generation 
Handheld monitor, measure HCHO,PM2.5,PM10,Nr of Particles, TVOC,Temperature and Humidity, AQI, with additional functions of data export and histogram 
M2000C 2nd generation 
Handheld monitor, measure PM2.5, PM10, CO2, temperature and humidity with extra function of histogram and data export 


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