Indoor Air Quality Assessments

Many workers spend most of their time indoors. Therefore, their long term health and comfort are quite dependent upon indoor air quality testing. Testing of the conditions that maximize worker productivity and save energy is therefore essential. Some of the parameters of indoor air quality are the temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide.

Various instruments can be used to measure the parameters mentioned above. It is also important the evaluation of the quality of air supplied to airline respirators is conducted. Also included in the services, is monitoring concentration of gases including oxygen, combustible gases, and toxic gases.