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Rediscover the Great Indoors

with the AirAssure™ Indoor Air Quality Monitor

Rediscover the Great Indoors

with the AirAssure™ Indoor Air Quality Monitor

Know your indoor air quality at all times with the high-fidelity, user-friendly AirAssure™ IAQ Monitor.

When we’re together in the same place, amazing things happen: collaboration, creativity, innovation. With the AirAssure™ Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Monitor from TSI Incorporated – a global leader in performance measurement solutions – you won’t have to wonder about the state of the air quality of your indoor spaces.

The AirAssure™ IAQ Monitor continuously measures the factors critical to understanding your indoor environment and puts them at your fingertips in real-time. You’ll have all the information you need to make informed facility decisions and confidently welcome people back inside.

Comprehensive Monitoring

Poor IAQ is linked to Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) and reduced productivity for building occupants. Continuously monitoring certain IAQ parameters will provide insight on the general health of your indoor air, helping to prevent SBS and other problems. Many organizations are also ramping up pressure on commercial buildings to increase IAQ monitoring and reporting.

Continuous air monitoring solutions from TSI

The AirAssure™ IAQ Monitor equips you to track levels of particulate matter (PM), traditional IAQ parameters, and up to six gases. You can also view, analyze and share actionable data all within the cloud-based TSI Link™  Solutions. User-defined alerts on TSI Link™ Solutions allow you to set detection limits on the parameters most important to you, so you can catch issues fast. All of this helps to verify the health of your air and keep you well ahead of SBS — while providing the documentation to keep you in compliance with the governing bodies that oversee commercial IAQ.

Ideal for: 

  • Government agencies and environmental organizations
  • Healthcare, hospitals, assisted living campuses, and medical office buildings
  • Industrial manufacturing, factories, power generation and petrochemical plants
  • Hotels, conference centers, shopping malls, and athletic/entertainment arenas
  • Researchers and Community Groups looking to collect IAQ data

Two Models to Meet Your Needs

Depending on the layout and potential pollution sources of your building, it may be best to deploy a mix of the 6-gas and 4-gas monitors available in the AirAssure™ IAQ Monitor portfolio. Both of these small, lightweight monitors are easy to set up, mount and start collecting data right away.

Model 8144-6 (6 Gases) Model 8144-4 (4 Gases)

Measures ozone (O3) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels. O3 monitoring is important for buildings with copy machines or electric arc welders. NO2 monitoring is important for industrial facilities with welding fumes or other emissions, and for buildings with gas stoves and other unvented appliances.

Model 8144-6 measures/monitors:

  • Ozone (O3)
  • Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • Total Volatile Organic Compounds (tVOC)
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  • Particulate Matter (PM)
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Temperature and Relative Humidity

Designed for use in office or living spaces, hallways, maintenance rooms and chemical storage areas. Because this model measures formaldehyde (a common volatile organic compound), it is ideal for rooms with pressed wood building materials or furniture, cigarette or fuel-based smoke, and other textiles or glue.

Model 8144-4 measures/monitors:

  • Formaldehyde
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • Total Volatile Organic Compounds (tVOC)
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  • Particulate Matter (PM)
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Temperature and Relative Humidity