When we think of Australia, stunning landscapes, spectacular wildlife and beautiful beaches come to mind. But Down Under, there are also extreme weather conditions such as floods, drought and heavy rain. The question which follows is: Why have these extreme weather conditions become so much more intense in recent years?
Last year, Lufft launched its “Seeking Passionate Weather Expert” contest. Hobbyist weather watchers entered by sending in a great weather photo, a self-shot weather video or a poem. No limits were placed on the contestants’ creativity. After reading numerous applications from people passionately interested in meteorology and climatology, a clear winner stood out.
Mold—a frequent result of construction defects and improper heating and ventilation. A problem that not only costs money and stress, but can also significantly affect the occupants’ physical health. Frequently it leads to diseases of the skin and the respiratory tract. Those with allergies are more susceptible.
Considering that we spend no less than two thirds of our lives in enclosed spaces, the quality of indoor air plays a crucial role for our health and our well-being. Lufft made it easy to monitor room climate by developing the OPUS20 TCO. The data logger measures the indoor temperature, the air humidity and the CO2 concentration.