This test aims to determine the level of a list of common IAQ parameters in indoors. For example, PM2.5, carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), formaldehyde (HCHO) and volatile organic compounds (TVOC) etc. The test can also determine the filtration performance of a vacuum cleaner or air-purifier.
IAQ (Indoor Air Quality)
People often spend more than eight hours a day in their homes; infants, kids and the infirm sometimes even spend the entire day inside their home. There is some evidence of asthma or asthma-like symptoms for children exposed to respirable suspended particulates or toxic gases in homes.
Where should I test?
Samplings will be carried out in each room / indoor area at your home. Filtration efficacy of vacuum cleaners and air purifiers is also available upon request. Suggested testing locations include…
- Indoor air
- Vacuum cleaners
We adopt LIFAair™ Smart Air Quality Monitoring Controller, Kanomax™ Laser Particle Counter and RAE® VOC Monitor to perform the test.