Indoor climate is made up of a variety of factors. Air quality, room temperature or air humidity are just as important for a healthy indoor climate as the avoidance of electromagnetic fields as well as pollutant concentrations in the indoor air.
Indoor climate is an essential ingredient for comfortable, healthy living and supports the body’s recovery during the night’s rest, which is important for the formation of an intact immune system. Well-being and stamina, for example, depend on it.
Due to the multitude of influencing factors, a healthy indoor climate is often difficult to create or to maintain in a permanently healthy way. Internal as well as external environmental influences such as electromagnetic fields at low and high frequencies (electric smog), pollutants/noise, the number of people (CO2) in a room, building materials, materials of furnishings, type of electrical installations, etc. make it difficult to achieve a healthy indoor climate permanently. The following factors have an influence on indoor climate:
Composition of gases (e.g. oxygen, CO2), dust, fungi, bacteria, allergens, air movement, odor, etc.
Thermal radiation, thermal conduction, convection, surface temperature, heating/air conditioning, sun, etc.
Humidity, material moisture, condensation, hygroscopicity, vapor diffusion, etc.
AC electric fields, DC electric fields, AC magnetic fields, DC magnetic fields, high frequencies.