Kitchen Air Quality
Indoor air quality is an important occupational health and safety concern in several workplaces including commercial kitchens.
- Diminishing CO2 air quality at a location can be a sign of equipment issues or maintenance requirements.
- Ventilation systems are posed with the duty or maintaining air quality, but are often not themselves monitored.
- Remote locations do not provide any visibility into current conditions and conditions over time.
HVAC ventilation systems are important to maintaining a clean and safe environment, but how do we know everything is working properly?
Small wireless air quality sensors measure multiple components of air quality and data is logged automatically. If a particle count is too high, notifications can be sent to the right team members to take immediate and longer term action. Increases to particle counts over time can indicate issues with HVAC and ventilation systems, something that can go unnoticed until equipment fails or creates negative guest experiences.
Advanced air quality monitoring for restaurants to ensure the safety and well-being of customers and employees.
By continuously monitoring and recording various air quality parameters, such as temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide levels, and volatile organic compounds, the system can alert restaurant staff to any potential problems and help them take corrective action in a timely manner. This can help reduce energy consumption and lower operating costs.
- Batteries can last months or years on one charge
- Devices send air quality information in regular intervals to the platform
- Trends are easily visible and historical data can be viewed at any time
- Dashboards are accessible 24/7 from any device, in real time
- Data is fully secure, and devices do not connect directly to your network
ConnectedFresh solutions are always 'on-and-go', preconfigured and ready to work right out of the box.