The Renson Sense is a smart air quality monitor with a well-thought, compact design that fits perfectly in every interior. The device gives visibility into 6 indoor air quality factors (CO2, H2O, VOC, sound, light and temperature) which are crucial for a healthy indoor climate. The precise sensors continuously track indoor air quality levels and immediately connect back to report any changes. Users have immediate visual insight on the device display, which will light up when any changes occur, and through a mobile application and free dashboarding service for professional users.
Meanwhile, the Renson Waves is a smart, demand-driven decentralized ventilation system for existing and new homes.The system is fully automated, adapting the ventilation level to the humidity levels and odours, which it detects 24/7. Waves is the perfect solution for those who think of renovating their bathroom, installing an additional toilet, or fitting a new open kitchen and who always want superior indoor air quality in these rooms.
In addition to the version with the humidity and VOC sensors, Waves is also available in a model that includes a CO2 sensor. This sensor detects the level of CO2 in the indoor air. If the CO2 level rises above the safe threshold in the adjacent rooms, Waves will increase the ventilation level in the bathroom, toilet, and/or kitchen so the indoor air quality can return to normal.
Bill Hayward, UK Director said ‘We see air quality monitors, ventilation systems and louvres as vital products in the wake of covid19. Over the course, of the last year we have had a greater understanding in how virus particles transmit in indoor spaces. Being shortlist is a major credit to our teams here in the UK and at our Headquarters in Belgium. We wish the other finalists in this and the other categories at the awards’.
The winners of each category will be announced at the H&V News Awards at the Hilton Park Lane in London.
For further information on the shortlisting, please contact the UK office on firstname.lastname@example.org