Why Humidity is Important?
Many viruses and bacteria carried in droplets are less infectious in this midrange relative humidity (RH) zone. Conversely, when indoor air is dry, their infectivity is higher. Relative humidity between 40-60% is the range that optimizes the ability of our immune system to fight viral and bacterial infections. When indoor relative humidity is lower, our respiratory immune system is less able to protect us from infectious microbes, even when we maintain perfect hand and surface hygiene.
For over 25 years, we have been helping customers monitor humidity using our Rotronic Instruments & Sensors. Monitoring Humidity is important in manufacturing and storage of products, especially in the Pharmaceutical industry. What about your workplace? Hospitals? Public buildings etc? Yes, it is vital that RH is monitoring and controlled.
See our RMS Cloud & Server based monitoring solutions from Rotronic below. We are happy to discuss applications. RH, Temperature, Differential Pressure, CO2, Oxygen. We can also integrate third-party sensors.