Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality can have a major influence on the health, comfort and well being of building occupants.
Poor air quality, particularly in sealed offices with mechanical ventilation or air conditioning, can lead to a higher than average number of occupants reporting symptoms such as headaches, dry throats or sore eyes. This phenomenon is often referred to as Sick Building Syndrome (SBS).
Severe cases of SBS can lead to a significant cost to businesses in the form of;
High sick leave and staff turnover.
Reduced work morale, work ethic and efficiency.
Lost time dealing with complaints.
Air Tech have extensive experience in assessing indoor work environments, for a typical study we would assess the following key parameters;
Temperature and relative Humidity.
Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide.
Airborne Dust Concentrations.
Airborne micro-organisms – bacteria, yeasts and moulds.
Total Volatile Organic Compounds.
With the help of our expert team, we can find assess the air quality in your work place and where appropriate provide solutions for improvement.
To discuss your requirements or for a free, no-obligation, quote contact us now.