Carbon Dioxide in your air


March 17, 2014

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Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide is emitted by humans and it correlates with human metabolic activity. It is a surrogate for indoor pollutants. At levels that are unusually high indoors, Carbon Dioxide may cause drowsiness, headaches or a decreased level of functioning. Humans are the main indoor source of carbon dioxide and higher levels of carbon dioxide tend to accumulate when there are a large amount of people in a confined space. Typically, higher levels of indoor carbon dioxide are an indicator of a inadequate ventilation, or issues within the ventilation system.

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