Know what’s in the Air.

Introducing innovation in nanotechnology to power

a tiny sensor that measures the air we breathe.

AerHome combines breakthrough nano gas sensors,

best of class environmental sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) software

to deliver a complete picture of air quality in your home.

Introducing innovation in nanotechnology to power

a tiny sensor that measures the air we breathe.

 

AerHome combines breakthrough nano gas sensors,

best of class environmental sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) software

to deliver a complete picture of air quality in your home.

20,000 Breaths Everyday

 

Every day, we breathe in “fresh air” that we think is good for us.  But, every day, we are exposed to gases in the air that have specific impact on our health. Research shows that toxic gases even at very low levels have significant impact
when exposed for long periods of time.

When exposed to toxic gases, short-term effects include irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, upper respiratory infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia and can aggravate the medical conditions of individuals with asthma, COPD and emphysema.

Long-term exposure to air pollution can cause chronic respiratory disease, lung cancer, heart disease, and even damage to the brain, nerves, liver, or kidney.

With AerHome, you will know instantly and can act on the toxic gases that we detect, their concentration, and micro dust in your environment.

 

Your Home

 

Detect Toxic Gases That Matter

 

O3 | NO2 | NH3 | VOC 

Ground Level Ozone

O3

Breathing ozone can trigger a variety of health problems including chest pain, coughing, throat irritation, and airway inflammation. It also can reduce lung function and harm lung tissue.

Ozone can worsen bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma, leading to increased medical care.

Ozone exposure has been associated with increase emergency room visits, years of life lost and premature deaths!

Animal studies also suggest that exposure to high levels of ammonia in air may adversely affect other organs, such as the liver, kidney, and spleen.

 

Nitrogen Dioxide

NO2

NO2 can irritate airways in the human respiratory system. Such exposures over short periods can aggravate respiratory diseases, particularly asthma, leading to respiratory symptoms (such as coughing, wheezing or difficulty breathing), hospital admissions and visits to emergency rooms.

Longer exposures to elevated concentrations of NO2 may contribute to the development of asthma and potentially increase susceptibility to respiratory infections.

People with asthma, as well as children and the elderly are generally at greater risk for the health effects of NO2.

 

Ammonia

NH3

Health effects of inhaled ammonia observed at levels exceedingly naturally occurring concentrations are generally limited to the respiratory tract.

Short-term inhalation exposure to high levels of ammonia in humans can cause irritation and serious burns in the mouth, lungs, and eyes.

Chronic exposure to airborne ammonia can increase the risk of respiratory irritation, cough, wheezing, tightness in the chest, and impaired lung function in humans.

Animal studies also suggest that exposure to high levels of ammonia in air may adversely affect other organs, such as the liver, kidney, and spleen.

 

Volatile Organic Compound

VOC

Volatile organic compounds are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. VOCs include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short- and long-term adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently higher indoors (up to ten times higher) than outdoors.

As with other pollutants, the extent and nature of the health effect will depend on many factors including level of exposure and length of time exposed. Among the immediate symptoms that some people have experienced soon after exposure to some organics include:

• Eye and respiratory tract irritation
• Headaches
• Dizziness
• Visual disorders and memory impairment

Ground Level Ozone

O3

Breathing ozone can trigger a variety of health problems including chest pain, coughing, throat irritation, and airway inflammation. It also can reduce lung function and harm lung tissue.

Ozone can worsen bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma, leading to increased medical care.

Ozone exposure has been associated with increase emergency room visits, years of life lost and premature deaths!

Animal studies also suggest that exposure to high levels of ammonia in air may adversely affect other organs, such as the liver, kidney, and spleen.

 

Nitrogen Dioxide

NO2

NO2 can irritate airways in the human respiratory system. Such exposures over short periods can aggravate respiratory diseases, particularly asthma, leading to respiratory symptoms (such as coughing, wheezing or difficulty breathing), hospital admissions and visits to emergency rooms.

Longer exposures to elevated concentrations of NO2 may contribute to the development of asthma and potentially increase susceptibility to respiratory infections.

People with asthma, as well as children and the elderly are generally at greater risk for the health effects of NO2.

 

Ammonia

NH3

Health effects of inhaled ammonia observed at levels exceedingly naturally occurring concentrations are generally limited to the respiratory tract.

Short-term inhalation exposure to high levels of ammonia in humans can cause irritation and serious burns in the mouth, lungs, and eyes.

Chronic exposure to airborne ammonia can increase the risk of respiratory irritation, cough, wheezing, tightness in the chest, and impaired lung function in humans.

Animal studies also suggest that exposure to high levels of ammonia in air may adversely affect other organs, such as the liver, kidney, and spleen.

 

Volatile Organic Compound

VOC

Volatile organic compounds are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. VOCs include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short- and long-term adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently higher indoors (up to ten times higher) than outdoors.

As with other pollutants, the extent and nature of the health effect will depend on many factors including level of exposure and length of time exposed. Among the immediate symptoms that some people have experienced soon after exposure to some organics include:

• Eye and respiratory tract irritation
• Headaches
• Dizziness
• Visual disorders and memory impairment

Sources of Toxic Gases

OZONE

  • Certain air purifiers
  • Laundry water treatment systems
  • Facial steamers
  • Fruit & vegetable washers
  • Certain office equipment
  • Ozone Hair & Facial Tools
  • Vacuum cleaners
  • Refrigerators
  • Outdoor Ozone
  • Poor Ventilation

NITROGEN DIOXIDE

  • Unvented combustion appliances, e.g. gas stoves
  • Vented appliances with defective installations
  • Welding
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Kerosene heaters
  • Poorly vented fireplaces
  • Space heaters
  • Idle car in garage
  • Outdoor Nitrogen Dioxide
  • Water heaters

VOCs

  • Paints, paint strippers and other solvents
  • Wood preservatives
  • Aerosol sprays
  • Cleansers and disinfectants
  • Moth repellents and air fresheners
  • Stored fuels and automotive products
  • Hobby supplies
  • Dry-cleaned clothing
  • Pesticides
  • Upholstery and foam

AMMONIA

  • Cleaning products
  • Agricultural fertilizers
  • Refrigerant
  • Livestocks
  • Burning of coal or wood
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Building materials
  • Pets
  • Wildfires
  • Idle car in garage

MICRO DUST (PM 0.5, 2.5, 10)

  • Stoves
  • Heaters
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Fireplaces
  • Chimneys
  • Poorly filtrated HVAC Systems
  • Furnishings
  • Pesticides
  • Natural (nonanthropogenic or biogenic)
  • Air fresherners

Tiny Sensors,

Major Impact

AerNos has developed a 3mm x 3mm sensor that can
detect gases in the environment. But don’t be fooled by its
size. AerHome is the first nano gas sensor product that
delivers breakthrough e-nose capabilities.

AerHome combines a tiny gas sensor
with the best micro dust and environmental sensors in the
market to provide you a complete picture your surrounding
Air Quality.

 

Know Your

Personal

Surrounding

Air

 

AerNos AerHome provides instant
information about polluted air quality in
every room:

Ozone
Nitrogen Dioxide

Carbon Monoxide
Total Volatile Organic Compounds

Dust
(PM 2.5 and PM10)

Temperature 
Humidity

Your Entire Family Connected

The quality of Air can have monumental health and wellness. That’s why it’s
important that every family member is always aware of the quality of air they
breathe in every room.

AerHome allows every family member access to each room’s quality of air,
potential health impacts, expert research and ways on how to improve air quality
in your home

AerHome’s intuitive app informs you in real-time when a toxic environment is
detected and what steps to take!

It’s a snap for young family members or the wise ones.

Get Connected – Know What’s in the Air!

Visual Cues

 

When Your Personal Air Quality Changes

 

Secure Your Family’s

Health & Wellness

Always know the Quality of Air in Your Home

and Take Specific Action to Keep Your Personal Air Clean

Helping hand is as easy as
"Hey Siri" "Alexa" "Hey Google"

Helping hand is as easy as “Alexa”

Hey Siri, how is the overall Air Quality in my home?

Quickly learn if any of the rooms in your home does not have good air quality so that you can take action.

Hey Siri, how is the AerHome Outdoor Air Quality in the Park today?

Learn about Air Quality in your neighborhood before you make the journey out there only to be impacted by it.

Alexa, what levels of AerHome Ammonia is bad for Maria who has Asthma?

With AerHome’s artificial intelligence software, AerHome will be able recommend good air quality when you have a health issue.

Hey Google, compare AerHome outdoor Air Quality to my home?

Inside air quality can be more than 10 times bad indoors versus outdoors. Understand the indoor and outdoor air quality can help you decide if windows should be let open.

Hey Siri, Compare my home’s AerHome Air Quality to others in my neighborhood.

Smelling something weird in and around your home? Check to see if others in your neighborhood are also experiencing the same.

Alexa, what causes VOCs to go up?

Learn all about Air Quality; gases and particulate matters and how they can impact your health and wellness.

Alexa, what should I do when AerHome VOCs are at the Unhealthy for Some level?

AerHome will provide recommendations from industry experts on what to do and how to protect yourself!

Hey Google, what is the AerHome yellow ring mean?

Always be on top of your home’s air quality because AerHome displays Color Rings that Corresponds to the Quality of Air.

Hey Google, according to AerHome, is it safe for me to open my windows?

When you have members of your family that are easily impacted by Air Quality gases or particulate matter, it may not be the best idea to open the windows.

Hey Siri, please turn on my ABC Air Purifier when AerHome detects bad air quality

Setup automated functions to always keep the air in your home clean.

Alexa, how is my AerHome Air Quality compared to last month and last year?

Understand how the air quality has changed in your home over time.

Alexa, how is my AerHome Air Quality compared to other homes?

Understand the quality of air in your home compared to other homes.

Alexa, I see AerHome Purple Ring – what should I do?

AerHome will provide suggestions on what to do for different levels of air quality in your home.

1. AerHome has to be plugged in at all time and is an indoor only product.

2. You can setup AerHome in every room that has a good internet and Wi-Fi connection.

3. Siri, Alexa and Google comands work with subscriptions to their respective products.

4. Not all features are available in all regions of the world.

5. AerHome is available in English at this time.

6. AerHome features only work with an active subscription.

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