Indoor Ambient Air Sampling
A healthy indoor environment can be achieved by the controlling of sources and by eliminating or limiting the release of pollutants into the air.
Personal and Workplace Monitoring
- Anesthetic gases, VOCs, chemicals associated with specific work environment.
- Occupational health and safety requirements.
- Personal monitoring badges.
- Emissions from chemical, cleaning, industrial and manufacturing processes.
Museums, Archives, and Libraries
- Hazardous gases may damage valuable artifacts.
- VOCs (including Acetic and Formic Acid), Acid Gases, Ozone, Sulfur dioxide, Ammonia, Hydrogen sulfide, Formaldehyde and Nitrogen dioxide.
New Buildings and Renovation
- Chemicals such as VOCs from building materials can leach into the air.
- Paint, adhesives, cleaners, sealants.
Building on Reclaimed Land
- Migration of pollutants into the building due to insufficient remedial action.
Combustion – Heating Systems and Smoking
- Emissions of Nitrogen dioxide and VOCs can be monitored.
- Particulate counts are especially important for people with respiratory health problems.
- Odors can arise due to Sulfur Dioxide, Acid Gases and Ammonia pollutants.
Migration of Pollution from Attached Garages into Homes
- Vehicle emissions, fumes from stored paint, fuel, solvents, etc.
- VOC monitoring, Nitrogen dioxide, Particulates.