Philips Teams Up With HomeLab To Monitor Air Quality

Philips has teamed up with HomeLab and its Healthy Home Program. Through the program, consumers can monitor their home’s air quality and get expert guidance on how to create a healthier home.

HomeLab provides a tailored plan and tools to create a healthy home environment in three steps: pollution and home analysis; a comprehensive healthy home plan; and ongoing professional guidance.

With AeraSense technology, Philips air purifiers are said to automatically monitor, react and purify indoor air, capturing 99.97% of particles. The appliance features a numerical index, corresponding color ring and connected app, so users can track and control air quality in the home, alerting in real-time to even the slightest change in indoor air conditions, aiding HomeLab in its analysis.

In addition, the Philips 2000i Smart air purifier combines a HEPA and VOC purifier with a professional grade PM2.5 monitor to track pollution trends and reduce allergens. HomeLab collects information from the built in monitor in order to analyze indoor air trends to help guide participants through the program.

“At Philips, we believe there is always a way to make life better, and that really starts with a healthy home environment,” said Eline de Graaf, marketing director for Philips domestic appliances. “Many people are unaware of the air issues that are present in their space every day. In fact, indoor air can actually be two to five times worse than outdoor air. That’s why Philips is excited to partner with HomeLab as both organizations have the same goal of giving families the power to manage the most important part of the home— the air they breathe.”