Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Indoor Air Quality Testing, Analysis, and Assessment Services

The air quality of the air inside office buildings, learning places, oil and gas industry and other working environments where we spend over 80% of of our time, should be clean and safe. The comfort and health within our buildings and occupied space is very much influenced by the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).

Exposures to germs and pathogens do not show symptoms immediately but may later cause various health concerns. Indoor air Quality (IAQ)testing and analysis tells us what the health of the air inside the facility or a building is. The air inside a building could get polluted due to several reasons such as mold, poor ventilation, excess humidity, contaminants of dust from construction or renovation, chemicals in certain cleaning supplies and pesticides.

Breathe Effortless with IAQ Diagnostics

Our specialists will help you access accurate and up-to-date information to manage indoor air quality issues. Following are several cases in which we have successfully achieved good indoor air quality:
  • Post remediation and decontamination of mold and fungus on a Navy lifeboat
  • Post-fire assessments for airborne particulate
  • Pre renovation assessments for green building
  • Post renovation assessment for green building
  • Post construction of operation theatre
  • Pre and post air duct cleaning on offshore platform, rigs, and barge
  • Post fire soot cleaning in ductwork and many more…

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Studies done by the US Environmental Protection agency (EPA) indicate that the indoor levels of pollutants may be 2-5 times, and occasionally more than 100 times higher than outdoor levels. These levels become a concern because it’s estimated that people spend almost 80% of their time indoors.
Sick building syndrome (SBS) describes a situation in which building occupants experience acute health and/or comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a particular building, but where no specific illness or cause can be identified.
That really depends on who you talk to. Facility managers understand that they carry some responsibility. Building occupants, do not generally accept any responsibility. We however feel that everyone shares the responsibility of indoor air quality of a building, rig, or platform.
Mold is always present in the air and on indoor surfaces, thus, total avoidance of mold is impossible and may not be desirable. However, visual evidence or history of dampness in buildings and substantial visible mold or mold odor in buildings have been consistently associated with increases in symptoms of asthma and other respiratory health effects. There is also substantial evidence that dampness and visible mold are associated with increases in acute bronchitis and respiratory infections.
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