Do you know what’s in the air you breathe?
Designed to help optimise indoor environmental conditions, DARWIN Home Wellness Intelligence uses advanced algorithms and machine learning methods to monitor and improve indoor air quality.
Air monitoring sensors passively test air quality in real-time and automatically turns on the heating and cooling system to provide you with fresh air exactly when you need it.
Delos, the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate TM, has designed an intelligent dynamic platform that filters out the pollutants in your air and helps you maintain good air quality through real-time air monitoring.
Our air filtration system keeps allergens at bay by filtering out the particles from the outdoor air, to give you fresh and clean air inside your home.
Bad smells can affect your mood, thoughts, behaviors, and dreams, and can leave you uncharacteristically grumpy and irritable. Eliminating unwanted odours can improve your mood, reduce stress, lower your heart rate and improve your wellbeing.
The DARWIN Air Purification System helps remove toxins and pathogens that can be prevalent in materials and furnishings that can cause both short and long term health impacts.
When we breathe in, the air is carried throughout our bodies to provide oxygen to our organs. This means allergens and contaminants present in the air can also make their way inside. Based on their nature and size, different allergens and contaminants can have different effects on our health.
Airborne particles, also known as particulate matter (PM), are very small particles that can stay suspended in the air and be transported by the wind. Some particles are large enough to be seen with the naked eye, while others are too small to be detected without a microscope. Pollen, pet dander, and other allergens are just some of the airborne particles that can effect our health. The smallest particles, sized 0.0025 millimeters or less (PM2.5) have received the greatest attention from scientists and government agencies due to their ability to enter the smallest parts of the lungs and pose threats to human health.
While some gases like oxygen are harmless, others can have serious consequences on our health and wellbeing. Some complex chemicals, used in many everyday life products, can emit gases called volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These gases can enter the air from common household items and have detrimental effects on your body.
Carbon Monoxide (CO), produced during combustion, can replace oxygen within the blood cells and can therefore have a wide range of adverse health effects depending on the severity of exposure. Lower concentrations can cause fatigue and impaired vision whereas higher concentrations can cause dizziness, nausea, and even death.
Exposure to nitrogen dioxide (NO2), a byproduct of combustion, can cause irritation of the nose, throat, and respiratory tract. It can also cause respiratory problems such as pulmonary edema or bronchitis, both of which inhibit breathing and trigger fatal complications.
Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas, notorious for its capacity to cause lung cancer when consumed or inhaled. It is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.
When sprayed, pesticides can evaporate and contaminate the air. These chemicals can cause irritation of the eyes, nose and throat while also damaging the central nervous system and kidneys.
Ozone is a naturally-occurring gas present in the atmosphere, in high concentrations ozone can lead to cough and sore throat, chest pain and shortness of breath, reduced lung function, and inflammation of lung tissue.
Formaldehyde, commonly used in cleaning products, building materials and furniture, can diffuse in the air. When inhaled it can irritate the skin, eyes, nose, and throat. Long-term exposure can also cause cancer.