Nanoenvi IAQ is an indoor air quality measurement device that protects your health, helps you save money and contributes to the preservation of optimal conditions in indoor environments.
Savings costs and efficiency
7 sensors in 1
Smarter and safer indoors
When it comes to health and wellness, indoor air quality has an impact. Prioritize the creation of healthy, smart and safe indoor environments in all types of spaces and discover how Nanoenvi IAQ can help you achieve it.
In hospitals, air is the major vehicle for the transmission of microorganisms. For nosocomial infection (infection that the patient acquires in the hospital), the combination of a pathogenic microorganism and a vehicle that serves as a transport to the patient, is necessary.
Nanoenvi IAQ measures these risks automatically and by zones in the hospitals through different air parameters that it sends to a web platform and allows to generate alerts to be sent automatically to the hospital managers.
Retail and leisure
Boost your business by sharing confidence in the quality of the air you breathe. Let your customers have the peace of mind of knowing that your establishment is safe, promoting well-being and guaranteeing shopping experiences free of contaminants and viruses. CO2 monitoring helps to guarantee capacity control, but it is also important to measure PM particles or VOCs to improve the air renewal rate and to know if natural or mechanical ventilation is necessary.
High concentrations of CO2 and VOCs can occur in workspaces, which can cause a decrease in the cognitive activity of workers and users. With Nanoenvi IAQ, promote the well-being and productivity of your workers for a better performance of their work. Air quality monitoring will reduce work absenteeism, improve the ventilation strategy, contribute to energy efficiency savings, and make employees aware of the importance of indoor air quality.
In gyms and sports centers there are usually high levels of CO2, PM and VOCs that make it difficult for athletes to breathe. A laden air has an impact on physiological function during sports practice. Ensure a healthy environment for exercise by monitoring air quality. Nanoenvi IAQ contributes to an improvement in sports performance and in the ventilation and air renewal strategy.
The high concentration of people, emissions due to work in kitchens and the frequent use of cleaning products in disinfection tasks can cause high levels of CO2, CO, PM particles and VOCs in restaurants. Nanoenvi IAQ is a monitoring device that allows food business managers to act based on the quality of the air at that time, guaranteeing capacity control and a healthy and safe indoor environment for customers and workers.
Interior design with optimal environmental conditions is becoming increasingly important in the urban and building field. Sustainable architecture implies a greater awareness of energy consumption, taking into account factors such as air quality. LEED, WELL and BREEAM are sustainable construction standards whose basic health concept is air quality. Nanoenvi IAQ is a monitoring device that allows optimizing efforts in these certification processes, since it allows managers to know what the air quality is like before the verification phase, carry out on-site performance tests and see reports in real time, something that can save time and money. In addition, measuring air quality also helps to better understand any environmental weaknesses in the interior space and act accordingly.
Energy Efficiency Engineering
Nowadays, energy engineering companies have a greater need to demonstrate the results of the real impact of their energy studies, audits and installations. Indoor air quality is gaining more and more weight in green certifications and is one of the most prominent requirements in energy efficiency regulations. Nanoenvi IAQ is an air quality monitoring device that saves efforts in carrying out IAQ audits, helps to optimize the cost of investment in installation engineering projects and improves the management of assets and energy resources.
Nanoenvi IAQ is an own development of ENVIRA IoT. The equipment is entirely manufactured in its official facilities and its sensors are calibrated one by one in an accredited calibration laboratory. Nanoenvi IAQ is backed by engineering support, repair and/or replacement service, and remote software updates.
Nanoenvi IAQ is a device that takes only minutes to install and is characterized by its ease of integration and support. The MQTT protocol allows each customer to decide how they want to exploit the data, with the possibility of configuring it against their own platform.
Developed by an engineering team with more than 35 years of experience in the design, integration and commissioning of systems for measuring environmental quality and polluting emissions.
Traffic light color coding
With Nanoenvi IAQ you can know, at a glance, the safety of indoor areas and the risk of prevalence and transmission of infectious diseases or viruses thanks to the COVID-19 index.
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Precision ± 100 ppm; range 0 ~ 5000 ppm
Volatic Organic Compounds (VOCs)
Precision ± 30 ppm; range 400 ~ 10000 ppm
Particulate Matter (PM1.5, PM2.5, PM4, PM10)
Precision ±15 μg/m3; range 0 ~1000 μg/m3
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Precision ± 30 ppm; range 400 ~ 10000 ppm
Precision ± 1 º C; range 0 ~65 ºC
Precision ±5 %; range 10 ~95 %
Precision ±10 hPa; range 500 hPa a 1150 hPa
100-240V AC @ 50-60 Hz
Device start-up via HTTP
OTA update download via HTTP
Remote configuration via JSON-RPC over MQTT
In order to use the Nanoenvi IAQ indoor air quality measurement device you only need a power supply, a WiFi network and a smartphone, tablet or PC.
Nanoenvi IAQ™ is designed for quick and easy installation. It has two modes of operation: configuration and communication. When the device is installed it starts in configuration mode: it creates a WiFi network and generates a web page to configure the WiFi network and the MQTT broker to which it will connect when in communication mode to send measurement data.
In this way, Nanoenvi IAQ™ can be configured from a smartphone or PC. Once configured and installed, it will start working in communication mode: it will measure air quality continuously and you no longer need to worry about the device.
Nanoenvi IAQ does not require the installation of a mobile App. Moreover, it does not force the customer to send the data to third parties. Nanoenvi IAQ™ uses the MQTT protocol, a standard and widely used data sending protocol. When the device is installed, the MQTT server to which it will send data can be configured. In this way, the user can decide where the data will be sent to, own the data and use it for their own purposes. This opens the door to an unlimited number of applications and freedom of integration without sacrificing privacy.
Nanoenvi IAQ does not require any specific maintenance. In addition, it implements configuration messages that allow to know the status of the device, perform software updates or change its configuration remotely. In this way, building managers or integrators can have control over the installed devices without travel or cost overruns.
When Nanoenvi IAQ is measuring and sending data, the color of the lights varies depending on the air quality. By default, this color is obtained from an air quality index calculated by the device. This calculation is implemented based on an algorithm developed by ENVIRA based on empirical studies by the company and different universities and air quality regulatory agencies. The algorithm weights gas concentrations, temperature and humidity with different weights.
The three indices that Nanoenvi IAQ calculates are:
In principle it is not necessary. The device implements state-of-the-art calibration algorithms. However, you can request a quotation if you require additional calibration.
It depends on the type of space and the application: each Nanoenvi IAQ is a sampling point, so the higher the number of sampling points, the higher the resolution and the more knowledge you will have about the air quality. It is up to the user or the installer (Senior Indoor Air Quality Technician) to determine how many sampling points they need. Some installers prefer to adhere to UNE 171330-2 (Indoor Air Quality, Part 2), others prefer to increase the number of sampling points in crowded places such as offices, meeting rooms, etc. On the other hand, certification standards such as WELL establish their own criteria for the number of sampling points and their placement. Ultimately, the number of Nanoenvi IAQ devices must be determined by the user or installer.
Each Nanoenvi IAQ includes: