Indoor Air Quality Consultancy

Through our air quality sensors and professional Air Hygiene Assessment, we measure airborne transmissions and risks to give you an understanding of the effects on the performance and health of your building’s inhabitants.

This will help you make informed decisions on improving indoor air quality, reducing sickness, increasing productivity, keeping people safe and ensuring your plant works to optimum efficiency

Monitor IAQ in your occupied spaces by measuring carbon dioxide, humidity, temperature, particulate matter and volatile organic compounds as well as mould and virus risk.

Our Air Hygiene Assessment provides a full audit of your air handling unit or fan coil unit using independent laboratory testing to highlight any potential dangers, such as dirty air or viruses that can be spread via airborne transmission through the lungs of the building.

Based on the internal and external building environment findings, we’ll recommend research-led solutions that work to increase operational performance, provide energy efficiencies and save on manual cleaning costs. Through improved air hygiene, you’ll also benefit from a happier, healthier indoor space with reduced sickness and increased productivity.

We measure radon, temperature, relative humidity, pressure, total volatile organic compounds, CO2, light (relative), PM1, PM2.5, noise and virus risk.

Indoor Air Quality = Performance

We spend 90% of our time indoors and high levels of CO2 increase tiredness, lower productivity and inhibit cognitive responses. Cognitive performance scored 60% higher in tests in ‘green spaces and almost 70% of office workers believe that poor air quality in their place of work is having a negative impact on their day-to-day productivity and wellbeing.

Our monitoring shows what could be affecting performance and gives you the data to make smart choices on solutions and ease building users’ concerns.

Sick Buildings

Sick days cost UK businesses around £77 billion in lost productivity each year, roughly 30 days per employee, while 800,000 people die worldwide every year due to poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in their workplace. High levels of CO2 can cause sickness and anxiety while increasing the risk of airborne infectious diseases.

In education, 58% less sick leave is taken by staff and faculty when indoor air quality improves. Our consultancy services provide the information you need to accurately assess and identify risk and make the changes you require.

Fan Coil Unit

The filters and heat exchange coils in your fan coil unit need regular cleaning and maintaining to prevent the build-up of dust and dirt. Without regular audits and testing, your unmaintained fan coil unit can cause energy inefficiencies, increased operating costs, bad odours, ‘sick building syndrome’ and poor performance and air hygiene.

Air Handling Unit

Your air handling unit not only requires filter changes but also regular cleaning and maintenance to prevent the build-up of dirt on elements such as the pre-filter, thermal wheels, heating coils, cooling coils and the filter bank. Without regular air handling unit cleaning and maintenance, you could see an increase in odours, pay more in energy costs, and heighten the chance of ‘sick building syndrome’.

Air Hygiene Assessment

Our indoor air hygiene assessment report will reveal the performance levels of your current air handling and fan coil unit systems and recommendations for improving air hygiene.

Book an indoor air hygiene assessment today to reduce sickness, increase productivity and generate cost savings.

Book your indoor air quality assessment

Email usCall 0161 870 2325