Better Air, Better Productivity

Are you ready to breathe easy and boost productivity? Discover how PULSYair can help transform your workplace environment. With real-time data and actionable insights, you can create a healthier and more productive workspace for you and your team. Take the first step towards better air and better productivity today – explore our products and get in touch to schedule a free consultation.


Monitor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Monitoring indoor air quality is crucial for creating a safe, healthy, and productive workplace, as poor air quality can lead to various health problems, discomfort, distraction, and decreased productivity. PULSYair provides real-time data analysis and alert notifications to help businesses stay ahead of potential air quality issues and take proactive measures to maintain a healthy and productive work environment. Trust our product to provide you with the insights and alerts you need to create a safer and more productive workplace.



Real-Time Monitoring

PULSYair IoT sensors can provide real-time data on air quality, allowing for quick and informed decisions in emergencies or other situations.

Improve Accuracy

PULSYair sensors provides highly accurate measurements of air quality thanks to their ability to detect and measure multiple pollutants simultaneously.


PULSYair sensors is cost effective than traditional air monitoring methods, as they require fewer resources and can be easily installed and maintained.

Remote Monitoring

PULSYair sensors can be monitored remotely, which makes them ideal for monitoring air quality in hard-to-reach locations and multiple locations.

Early Warning

PULSYair sensors can detect changes in air quality levels, providing early notice of potential health risks or environmental hazards.

Data Collection

Air monitoring IoT sensors generate large amounts of data, which can be used to identify trends and patterns in air quality over time. This data can help inform policy decisions and improve air quality management strategies.


Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

High Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels in the air lead to headache, fatigue, dizzines and more severely breathing difficulty, elevated blood pressure, invreased heart rate and even coma.


Heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heatstroke and hyperthermia are common effects of elevated temperature while low temperatures can cause heart and nervous system failure as well as hypothermia.

Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC)

Elevated Volatile Organic Compunds or cumulatively known as TVOC’s can cause bad odour, headaches, nausea, loss or coordination, fatigue, irritation of eyes, nose and throat, skin allergy, and even cancer as well as organ damage


Irritation of the eye, nose, throat and lung irritation, coughing, sneezing, runny nose and shortness of breath are effects of high levels of fine airborne particulates in the size 2.5 micrometer (PM2.5)


High humidity in our air can lead to excessive sweating, dehydration, increased heart rate, fatigue, muscle cramps and fainting together with growth of harmful bacteria, molds and dust mites. Low humidity can cause dry skin, irritation of nasal passages and throat, and itchiness of the eyes.