How is the Airica Health Score calculated?
For the calculation of the Airica Health Score, the CO2 concentration, humidity, room temperature and the concentration of volatile organic compounds (VOC) are used.
To achieve a perfect Airica Health Score of 10 points, the following conditions must be met:
CO2 concentration is less than 700ppm
Room temperature between 18.5°C and 23.5°C
Humidity between 45%-55%
VOC concentration is less than 250ppb
If a measured value is outside the ideal ranges, the Airica Health Score will deteriorate. For example, too high humidity of 70% will result in an average Airica Health Score, even if CO2 concentration, room temperature and VOC concentration are ideal values.
I have a bad Health Score, what can I do?
With a regular supply of fresh air, e.g. by opening your windows or with the help of a ventilation system, the Airica Health Score can be significantly improved.
If the humidity is not ideal outdoors, it can be regulated indoors by means of humidifiers or dehumidifiers.