Why Indoor Air Quality Matters?
It is critically important to have a flow of good indoor air quality throughout a buildingto ensure a supply of fresh air and minimize the risk of indoor air pollution from sources such as particulates, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, formaldehyde, total volatile organic carbon, bacteria and molds. Indoor air pollution can have a serious impact on employees health, both immediately and in the long-term, and statistics from the World Health Organization show that 4.3 millions people die annually because of substandard indoor air quality.
Q-Trade can help you understand the condition of your indoor environment by providing measurement below:
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Carbon Monoxide (CO)
- Nitric Dioxide (NO2)
- Ambient Ozone (O3)
- Formaldehyde (HCOH)
- Particulate PM2.5 and PM10
- Airborne Bacteria, Molds and Virus
- Relative Humidity
- Airflow Visualization
- Construction Material Moisture Content (Cement, Wood, Glass, etc..)