Indoor Air Quality
- Monitoring the air quality is required for a healthy community, living and ambient environment.
- Therefore it is imperative to monitor the air you breathe in and the place you work.
- Air quality monitoring is carried to assess the extent of pollution, ensure compliance with national legislation and evaluate control options. With the advent of modern technologies, the air quality is being evaluated using sophisticated equipment and techniques by our lab.
- As per the research it has been observed between the spread of the virus and atmospheric particulate matter (PM) could create a suitable environment for transporting the virus at greater distances than those considered for close contact. Moreover, Particulate Matter including Total Bacterial Count & Total Fungal/ mold Count can induce inflammation in lung cells and exposure to Particulate Matter could increase the susceptibility and severity of the COVID-19 patient symptoms.
- Various Parameters which falls in the general categories of Chemical contaminants, Biological contaminants and also assessment of comfort parameters like Light and Noise levels are done by the Lab.
- Carbon Monoxide
- Carbon Dioxide
- Total Volatile Organic Compounds
- Nitrogen dioxide
- Sulphur Dioxide
- Hydrogen Sulfide
- Relative Humidity,
- Particulates matter PM10, PM2.5
- Total Bacterial Count
- Total Fungal Load