Indoor Air Quality Testing
We inhale 89% of all the matter we take into our bodies, the rest being food and water. Therefore the air we breathe has the greatest ability to impact us.
With buildings being more energy efficient and air tight these days and cleaning chemicals, finishing materials, furniture and printers emitting harmful substances, indoor air can be over 5 times more polluted than that of outside.
9 out of 10 people breathe in polluted air. It not only leads to low comfort and performance in the workplace, but also irritates the mucous membranes of the throat, nose and eyes, and increases the chance of cardiovascular diseases, infections, loss of pulmonary function and cancer.
With poor or compromised indoor air quality<br /> After renovation or moving into a new building<br /> When you or anyone else experiences:<br /> Unusual smells<br /> Irritation<br /> Dry eyes, skin and throat<br /> Headaches<br /> Fatigue<br /> Trouble breathing<br /> Aggravated health problems<br /> When your undying curiosity won't rest