Concerned about mold or pollen in the air? The Library has a tool to help.
The DC1100 air quality monitor detects levels of airborne particulates at two ranges: small for bacteria and mold and large for pollen. Plug in the monitor, turn it on and the laser particle counter immediately registers particles in the air. After 15 minutes, you'll have a baseline reading of the air quality in your home.
The kit includes an air quality monitor device, power cord and instruction sheet.
Air quality monitors can be borrowed for 14 days; renewals are not available. Materials can be reserved by Worthington Libraries cardholders. The replacement cost for a monitor is $215.