Together with StaticAir and the Politis Group, we have installed Pamares air purifiers and Airly sensors in one of the main squares in Athens.
Pamares is a purifier that works by electrostatic attraction of PM2.5 and PM10 particles. Thanks to Airly sensors, it will be possible to activate them when pollution reaches a certain level and monitor how their operation affects air quality.
This latest partnership has put the number of Airly sensors operating in Athens to over 10. Throughout Greece, residents can already use more than 20 Airly real-time air quality devices.
Do you want to buy an Airly sensor? You can do this in our online store.
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