Air Quality Monitors

Measure where it matters

Airmine is building air quality monitors

Do you know if the air in your home is safe? Most of us spend more time indoors than outside – you should know the air quality in your home and work place.  Indoor air impacts your health. Respiratory issues (sneezing, coughing) and symptoms like runny nose and eyes may stem from particles like mite, dust and volatile gases. There are also more profound health implications from exposure to unhealthy indoor air like stroke and heart disease, see WHO pages here.

The first step towards healthier indoor environment is knowledge. With knowledge and measurements you can take step towards a healthier indoor environment in your home.

Key features

  • Measures PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10, VOC, CO2
  • For indoor use
  • Easy to set up
  • Integrated with the Airmine app – easy to read your measurements and see your history
  • Requires power (no battery)
  • Affordable! (estimated retail price 120 USD/EUR)

Crowdfunding campaign now open! (Norway only)

We are proud to offer a pilot series of our air quality monitors on startskudd.no.


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Grass pollen levels still high in Central Europe

High levels in Denmark, Germany and Poland, France may have seen the peak. Grass pollen in UK and Scandinavia is on the rise as northern Europe really warms up.

Monitoring Air Pollution With Airmine’s Air Quality Index API

Learn how to use our Air Quality API in this short tutorial. The API is designed for web, IoT, and mobile app developers. It is a free API that gives you access to the PM2.5 concentration at any given location, both current concentration and a 8-days forecast.

Grass blooming in Central Europe

The grass season is long - and Central Europe is in the midst of the blooming. Northern Europe is starting to feel the season.

Birch pollen – the north gets the rest

The birch pollen season is almost finished in most of Central and South Europe. The inhabitants of the northern regions can still expect moderate to high levels, as the weather (finally) warms up.

A first look at the grass pollen season

Grass pollen is the most common pollen allergy in Europe and the season is well under way. Central Europe can expect high levels, while the cold weather further north let us wait for the spread.

The birch pollen front continues north – temporary slowdown due to colder weather

Central Europe past the peak, Nordic countries still on the rise The birch pollen season has seen...

Birch pollen season in full swing in Europe

The birch pollen season is at its height in Central Europe, with high levels recorded across the continent. Southern Scandinavia is starting to feel the birch as well, and will see increasing pollen levels the next ten days.

High birch pollen levels expected across Central Europe

Temperatures are rising in Europe and birch pollen levels will be high across Central Europe and southern UK. The front is moving northwards, and Southern Scandinavia and Finland will also see birch pollen levels on the rise.

Birch pollen high in France and Austria – onset further north delayed

Due to warm weather, the birch pollen has increased rapidly in Southern France and Austria the last days. Low temperatures are likely to delay the onset of birch pollen further north.

Oslo – less cars but bad air

Oslo, Norway, is like many other cities under Corona virus lockdown. Less traffic let us expect good air quality, but the opposite proved true for the end of March. We investigate reasons behind the high PM2.5 values.