- Sensor tech company AirTest Technologies (AAT) has re-launched its PM2200 Personal CO2 monitor product, which verifies air quality
- The personal monitor device can indicate fresh air ventilation levels, which are important for minimising COVID-19 transmission
- AirTest has re-introduced the product in response to recently increasing interest, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
- The company believes the device will have wide-ranging applications across numerous industries
- AirTest Technologies (AAT) is down 7.14 per cent and is currently trading at 6.5 cents per share
Sensor tech company AirTest Technologies (AAT) has re-launched its PM2200 Personal CO2 monitor product, which verifies air quality.
The personal device can indicate fresh air ventilation levels in indoor spaces, which are important for minimising viral transmission. The product is powered from a wall socket, and can be placed on any level surface, such as a desktop or countertop.
AirTest decided to re-introduce the product to market, in response to recently increasing interest in air quality conditions and CO2 levels.
While partly due to rising CO2 levels being an indicator of global warming, the renewed interest is also because of heightened fears about the COVID-19 pandemic. A well-ventilated indoor space will reduce the risk of transmitting viruses like COVID-19 from person to person.
The company has designed the device for everyday use in homes, offices, schools, and other indoor space. However, AirTest Technologies’ President, George Graham, commented on the various other potential applications of the company’s CO2 monitor product.
“We see all kinds of uses for this product, ranging from a teaching tool in school classrooms, to a way for all individuals to check on ventilation levels wherever they work or visit, or as an easy way for professional contractors or building owners to quickly assess fresh air ventilation levels around a building,” he said.
The company’s PM2200 Personal CO2 monitor is now available for purchase at US$99 or C$130 each.
AirTest Technologies (AAT) is down 7.14 per cent and is trading at 6.5 cents per share at 10:46am EDT.