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How We Got Our Own Data On Air Quality Improvement

January 24, 2023

We strictly monitored the performance of the device during two days by measuring the difference of the air quality with the device turned off on Dec 19th, 2022 and fully operating on Dec 20, 2022. The device was at the premise for two weeks to make sure that we had the air quality monitor properly calibrated and was collecting the correct amount of data. We pointed to Particulate Matter (PM) as the most important metric. We recorded the PM threshold which was almost TWICE AS HIGH on the day without Airpura, meanwhile almost TWICE AS LOW with the Airpura turned on.

PM Threshold: 25 – accepted limit at which the air pollutant becomes abnormally high.

Dec 19, 2022

PM level at 11:23 am: 48.64

Dec 20, 2022

PM level at 10:48 am: 11.22

Note: Particulate matter is a complex mixture of solid and/or liquid particles suspended in the air. The particles that are 10 microns in diameter or smaller are inhalable and can be hazardous. The Airpura filters particles at a bacterial level - as small as 0.3 microns. We monitored other metrics during this experiment and recorded an overall improvement of the air quality at the Smart Kids Daycare.

See the journey video here:

*This article is not meant to be taken as medical advice. Please follow the advice of your local health authorities when making decisions about your own health and the people around you.

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