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The latest state-of-the-art air monitors
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foobot

We stock Foobots – the latest and greatest air quality monitors. Their accuracy and simplicity make them the best on the market.

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EASY AND ACCURATE

The Foobot has the most advanced sensors available and can be set up in a matter a minutes.

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PHONE APP

It’s easy to see the test results – just download the app to follow the Foobot in realtime and receive notifications of changes in air quality.

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comprehensive

The app offers an advanced mode where the data is presented in more detail with graphs and tables for VOCs, fomaldehyde and carbon monoxide.

air pollutants

The invisible hazard in your home
4.3 million deaths are caused by household air pollution each year.

The World Health Organization reports that 4.3 million deaths are caused by household air pollution each year, representing over half of the 7 million deaths from air pollution in total, the 4th highest risk factor for death globally and by far the leading environmental risk factor for disease.

WHO also reports that 30% of new and remodelled buildings are responsible for "sick building syndrome" (SBS).

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are found in paint, building materials, furniture and many common household products. They cause eye and respiratory tract irritation, headaches, dizziness, visual disorders, and memory impairment. Long-term exposure can cause cancer.

Formaldehyde is released from MDF, plywood, particle board, and composite flooring. There is a strong association between exposure to formaldehyde and childhood asthma and leukemia.

Low levels of carbon monoxide can cause lightheadedness, confusion, headache, flu-like effects and chronic exposure can lead to depression, confusion, and memory loss. Larger exposures can lead to toxicity of the central nervous system and heart, and death.

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