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Indoor Air Monitoring for Schools

with Zeptive Sensors

Air Monitoring

Optimize your HVAC Assets
Reassure Your Community

Zeptive - an important

first step in Prevention

Schools choose Zeptive

Our responsive, public-health and prevention oriented approach is unique and different.

Easy to Use and Install

Each battery-powered or wired air quality monitor is pre-configured. Maintenance, IT, and administrators love using Zeptive.

Customizable Sensitivity

With over 50 years of experience developing high-end detection systems, patent pending Zeptive technology is simply better with higher accuracy and actionable information.

Part of a Comprehensive Solution

Zeptive is your partner in monitoring all air health issues in your school.

Continuously Measure Your Environment

So occupants know the areas they visit have healthy indoor air quality and are safe places to learn, work, and play.

Zeptive Air Monitoring System

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Who We Are

Zeptive is a sensor company created by experts, with an accumulated 50 years in the industry.

They were frustrated by the lack of highly accurate sensors to help manage air health risks in schools.


Last Year

Risk Reduction of COVID-19 and Reopening

Reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission by maintaining healthy indoor air quality. Identify safe and unsafe spaces within your school.




Efficiently deploy ventilation and filtration systems. Utilize and move your wireless sensor anywhere


Continuously monitor for risks such as:

  • Virus (COVID-19, Flu)

  • Asthma and Allergies

  • Air pollution


In the Future


Address your long-term air quality concerns:

  • Improved Learning environments

  • Continuous real-time air health monitoring

  • Monitor for vaping and other health risks

  • Share timely air quality data

Versatile Installation Options

The Zeptive "go anywhere" air quality monitoring system (patent pending) enables schools to more easily and affordably monitor ventilation, filtration, or student vaping throughout the building.

Monitor Individual Classrooms (S)

Monitoring just one restroom or classroom with one of Zeptive's portable air quality monitors, allows you to determine the risk of COVID-19 transmission within that space

Increased Coverage (M)

Monitor multiple classrooms simultaneously for a more complete picture of your building's air quality

Full School Monitoring (L)

Create a dramatically different environment where students, teachers, and parents feel confident about the air quality in all spaces in the building.

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Hover over the text to the left to view the areas in the school!

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Steps Toward

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Safer Schools

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With Zeptive Air Health Monitoring

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Why Choose

For Air Quality Monitoring?


Easy To


DIY install (Hardware provided)




Text/email tamper alerts, audible alarm, tamper screws & optional wire guard

Digital Desk



User configurable sensitivity

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Battery or

Direct Power

Powered by an easy to change rechargeable battery OR multiple direct wire options



or Wifi Enabled

Communication option selected at time of order




Alerts sent



The Zeptive portable air sensing system  monitors for acceptable levels of ventilation.

Reduce the chance of COVID-19 transmisson and infection.

Enables a safe and healthy return to school.

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Existing buildings require a unique strategy as most institutions cannot afford to replace all their HVAC units mid life cycle. ASHRAE has published detailed guidelines for schools, including checklists for reopening and recommended practices during the year.

-ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force -Schools and Universities, 06 May 2020,

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Have questions?

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Are your teachers and students confident in the classroom environment because they know air quality is sufficient?
Is your ventilation system working adequately for the number of people in each area of your school?
Is your occupancy level too high?
Was your building ‘flush out’ prior to occupancy successful?
Are your Demand Controlled Ventilation Systems working properly, leaving CO2 levels between 800 and 1000ppm?
Is your relative humidity (RH) healthy? The suggested RH range for minimizing airborne transmission is 40%-60%.
Are you measuring particle counts and sizes? This metric enables staff to know if air filtering is optimized for a given space.
Should your school’s ventilation rates be increased?
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