Warum Sie die Luftqualität im Schlafzimmer nicht ignorieren sollten

Why you shouldn’t ignore air quality in the bedroom

It's a common scene: you put your baby or toddler to bed, and often they're sleeping in the parents' bedroom. The windows are closed, either because it's cold outside or because you live in the city where the noise might bother you. But have you ever wondered how those closed windows affect the air quality in your bedroom? In this article, we'll shed light on this important topic and present you with a solution: the ZirbenLüfter®.

Our measurement data with and without ZirbenLüfter®

We took the issue seriously and carried out measurements in an area of ​​approximately 18 m 2 large bedroom with two people and the window closed. The room temperature, humidity, air pollutants and CO2 concentration were measured. Our results are alarming: The air quality (Combination of the parameters mentioned above) fell to 0% at 7 a.m. in the morning without the ZirbenLüfter® with a CO2 content of over 2000 ppm. (measured with LAIR ONE - Air Quality Control)

The importance of low CO2 concentration

An appropriate CO2 concentration in the indoor air is essential for health and well-being. The CO2 concentration in outdoor air is normally around 0.04% (400 ppm). Studies recommend that the CO2 concentration indoors should not exceed 1,000 ppm, as higher levels can cause fatigue, headaches and concentration problems. Our own measurements confirm these findings impressively.

How the ZirbenLüfter® helps to improve the quality of indoor air:

The ZirbenLüfter® is an innovative product that can significantly improve indoor air quality. Thanks to its unique functionality, the ZirbenLüfter® can improve air quality by 65-70%. This is particularly important in the winter months and in urban areas where opening the windows is often not practical. We also recommend ventilating the bedroom every day before going to sleep and, if possible, briefly at night.

Practical tips for better air quality

  • Regular ventilation: If possible, ventilate the room regularly.
  • Plant: Houseplants can also help improve air quality.
  • Air cleaner: Products such as the ZirbenLüfter® have also been proven to reduce air pollutants, regulate humidity, minimize mold spores, bacteria and unpleasant odors and spread a pleasant pine wood scent that has been proven to have a calming and sleep-inducing effect.


The air quality in the bedroom is an often overlooked but critical factor for your health and well-being. The ZirbenLüfter® team has more than 15 years of experience in naturally improving the indoor climate in bedrooms, children's rooms, living rooms and also in hotels and offices.

Do you have any questions? Contact us, we will be happy to advise you.

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