Yes, and they are typically referred to as Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) sensors. They have become important in testing for clean air environments for today’s building occupants, particularly in office buildings, schools, and health care facilities. Indoor air quality is a constantly changing interaction of a complex set of factors that be considered when looking for an indoor air quality problem: the source of contamination or discomfort; the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system not being able to control existing air contaminants and ensure thermal comfort; pollutant pathways connecting the pollutant source to the occupants with a driving force existing to move pollutants along the pathways; and the building occupants that are affected by the indoor air quality.
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