Test your Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality or commonly known as IAQ is a term which refers to the air quality generally within commercial office buildings. The health and comfort of building occupants can be affected by gases, particulates, microbial contaminants, temperature and relative humidity. It may also be due to the design of the building or lack of proper maintenance.
The determination of IAQ involves the collection of air samples, the collection of samples from building surfaces and visual inspection of HVAC equipment. The investigation involves the use of technologically advanced monitoring equipment and measuring instruments such as dust monitors, carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide data loggers, formaldehyde meters, airflow velocity measuring devices and microbiological air samplers. IAQ is also part of IEQ (Indoor Environment Quality) that includes lighting, acoustics, thermal comfort and which is used in the assessment for NABERS (National Australian Built Environment Rating System), a national rating system that measures the environmental performance of Australian buildings.
Source control, filtration and the use of ventilation to dilute contaminants are the primary methods for improving indoor air quality in most buildings.
All measurements for IAQ are conducted as per relevant regulations and guidelines, and to Australian standards. All samples collected are analysed at NATA accredited laboratories.
For more information about Indoor Air Quality, please contact :
Tin Win 0413 021 510