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The Dangers of Bad Indoor Air Quality

Did you know the air quality indoors matters as much as the quality of air outdoors? Bad indoor air quality has been linked to debilitating effects, most commonly, lung diseases, stroke, heart disease, and even lung cancer. Not only that, but bad indoor air quality may affect your ability to focus and work. The worst part is, most of these bad things floating around in your room are odorless and invisible to the naked eye.

Indoor Air Pollution

Using simple overview icons, US AQI, and air quality scores, aerate allows you to monitor the pollutants in your room and provide improvement tips to increase the air quality in your room.

Discomfort Levels & Humidex

Did you know that the temperature and humidity inside your room affects your overall comfort level? Aerate can calculate the humidex (what the temperature "feels like" on your skin) and calculate the comfort score to help you shape your room to the upmost optimal conditions.

Colorful and Helpful Graphics

Aerate provides easy to understand graphics for everything! You can view how much your air has improved using the historical data graphs, use gauges just like your car's speed gauge to understand if pollutant levels are currently dangerous or not, view real-time pollutant data color-coded on graphs, and much more!

Optimizing air quality made easy!

Designed to be user-friendly, aerate provides two viewing options. The first is "Simple Dashboard" view, where you can view a summary of the vital information about your air quality and get tips on improving it. The second is "Dashboard for Experts," designed for people who want to know in-depth information about the current air quality.

Dust & Particulate Matter (PM2.5)

Aerate detects small particles invisible to the naked eye small enough to be breathed into your lungs and absorbed into the bloodstream. Long term research has proven that PM2.5 increases risk of stroke, cancers, heart attack, and birth-defects.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

Aerate detects CO2 which is an odourless, colourless gas produced naturally and artificially through human activities. High levels of CO2 is responsible for making crowded rooms feel uncomfortable and even impair the ability to think clearly since CO2 from people's breath can be 2.5 times more than the air outside.

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

Aerate detects Carbon Monoxide, a poisonous gas that is colorless and odorless that is usually formed from cooking fuels, vehicles, cigarette smoke, and water heaters. Breathing carbon monoxide will cause dizziness, tiredness and confusion, memory loss, and can even be fatal if the dosage is high enough.

Flammable Gasses

Colorless and odorless, flammable gases can quickly spread and fill a room. Inhaling these gases intoxicates you and causes increased blood pressure, increased heart rate, impaired coordination, disorientation, and hallucinations. Aerate detects these gasses and sets an alarm and sends notifications when the gasses are detected.


Constant exposure to smoke is correlated to heart and lung disease. Aerate can detect the compilation of small solids, chemicals, gas particles, and liquids that make up smoke.

Common Hazardous Substances Produced/Involved in Labs

Chemicals in experimentations involved may displace oxygen in a room and cause difficulty breathing and gas poisoning. Aerate comes with an alcohol and hydrogen (H2) sensor to detect dangerous levels of these used experimentation materials/byproducts.

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