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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
The most common parameters monitored for IAQ issues are:
Many other chemical constituents may be monitored/sampled as well. Often clients are looking for unknown contaminants requiring a more extensive investigation and sampling strategy. Noise, vibration, and light evaluations may also be performed.
Handheld volatile organic compound (VOC) monitor photoionization detector's (PID) extended range of 1 part per billion (ppb) to 10,000 ppm makes it an ideal instrument for applications from HazMat/Homeland Security and industrial hygiene to Indoor Air Quality and military applications.
The Optical Particle Counter is one of many real-time particle measuring instruments including photometers for mass concentration, condensation particle counters for ultrafine particles and diffusion charging with electrometer signal for surface area measurement.
Typical applications include cleanroom monitoring, research, exposure assessment, indoor air quality, filter testing, clearance testing, quality assurance and contaminant migration studies.
|Indoor air quality
issues can have a significant impact on employee, student, or residential
occupant comfort. Employee and student attendance, concentration,
and performance can be affected by these common parameters we evaluate.
Our IAQ studies also serve as employee exposure documentation and provide
recommendations for correcting contaminant and HVAC issues.
We employ the use of direct-reading instruments for area surveys and collect media samples for laboratory analysis when very low detection limits are necessary. Direct-reading instruments commonly used during our IAQ studies are shown in the photos.
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Last modified: 07/26/16