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Ambient Air Quality Testing

Air pollution has become one of the major threats globally and needs to be addressed quite seriously by all the nations. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), lives of more than 4 million people are lost each year. There has been almost no progress in keeping the air quality under check, not just in the developing nations but in the developed ones as well. The reasons for declining air quality lies in the lifestyle and consumption patterns of the population and ever-increasing global warming that has simply denied to stop.
What exactly is air pollution? So, it is the process wherein the air becomes a mixture of gases and particles which reach harmful levels, enough to cause damage to health and climate. The effects of air pollution can range from higher risks for diseases to rise in temperature. The combined effects of outdoor and indoor air pollution cause about more than 7 million premature deaths each year mainly due to heart diseases, stroke, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and acute respiratory infections. Some of the common pollutants include carbon dioxide, smoke, soot, methane, pollen, mold etc.
Our NABL accredited and MoEF & CC certified laboratory provides efficient testing services with state-of-the-art equipment and professionals and experts. Air quality testing is important as it as a direct effect on your customers’ or employees’ health. It is done both indoor and outdoor to analyse the quality of air, therefore, take suggested measures to uplift air quality and hence lives of inhabitants around it. Indoor air pollution is caused due to an array of reasons like mold, insects, pets, construction materials and consumer products. Poor ventilation in a house or room can aggravate the pollution indoors thereby cause severe health hazards. Hence, testing provides reliable solutions with analyses and helps improve the quality of life.

The parameters and matrices that we offer to our clients for air testing are:

  • Ambient Air Analysis
  • Asbestos in air
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Dioxins and Furans
  • Hazardous waste
  • Indoor Air Quality Analysis
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Molds and bacteria
  • Particulate Matter
  • Semivolatiles (SVOC)
  • Stack monitoring
  • Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon (TPH)
  • Vapour intrusion
  • Volatile Organic Carbon (VOC)
  • Work zone air analysis

In Ambient air analysis, the concentration of pollutants in outdoor air is measured for long-term assessment of pollutant levels. The 12 health-based parameters studies by ambient air monitoring are PM10, PM2.5, Sulphur dioxide,and oxides of nitrogen, ozone, carbon monoxide, Ammonia, Lead, Benzene, Arsenic, Nickel and Benzo (a) Pyrene.

The guidelines followed for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring are:

  • Indoor Air Quality in Commercial and Industrial Buildings as per OSHA
  • Indoor Air Pollution (Draft Guidelines) as per CPCB
  • ASHRAE standard

The pollutants that are covered in IAQ monitoring are:

  • Primary pollutants: PM2.5, Pm10, PM1, VOCs
  • Secondary pollutants: Carbon monoxide, oxides of Nitrogen and oxides of Sulphur
  • Ventilation parameters: Airflow, simulation, CO2
  • Special parameters: Formaldehyde, Ozone, microbial agents
  • Other parameters: Relative humidity and temperature
Stack monitoring is a process wherein pollutants from industrial waste emissions or fuel-burning are measured. The parameters that are checked in stack monitoring are:
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Oxides of Nitrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Particulate matter
  • Sulphur dioxide
  • Total Hydrocarbons

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