How Indoor Air Monitoring Can Benefit Your Health with Dustin Onghanseng
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Most pollutants affecting indoor air quality come from sources inside your home or office, although some originate outdoors. Cleaning supplies, paints, insecticides, cooking appliances, fireplaces, furniture, candles, and more combine to make your indoor air quality far more dangerous than the outside air.
Wouldn’t it be great to take control of the air you breathe and have the cleanest possible air in your home and your office?
Thanks to Dustin Onghanseng and his team at uHoo https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/product/uhoo/ now you can! uHoo is a revolutionary new indoor air monitor that helps consumers know exactly what’s in the air they breathe while providing real-time updates of any dangerous or increasing levels of pollutants and TVOC.
After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Computing from the National University of Singapore in 2008, Dustin started his consulting career but quickly realized corporate culture did not suit him. After questioning how meaningful the impact of his work was to the world, he decided to seek more fulfilling options. He enrolled for an MBA at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and began his entrepreneurial journey.
At HKUST, Dustin met his co-founder and CTO, Brian Lin — and together they founded uHoo. A device that can monitor the quality of the air you breathe by collecting and sending 9 air data indicators straight to your smartphone, in real-time. uHoo is the most advanced indoor air sensor in the global market. Apart from being able to track room temperature and humidity, it also monitors indoor air pressure, carbon dioxide levels, TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compounds), dust (PM2.5), carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, and ozone levels.
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