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Measuring body for indoor measurements
Due to the demand for more and more extensive energy-saving measures and and therefore increased insulation of rooms as well as the use of special equipment and furnishing materials, increased gaseous, particle or microbial pollution may arise in indoor air. However, the presence of hazardous substances “from the past”, such as building products containing asbestos or PCB, may also result in health risks due to indoor contaminants.
For this reason great attention must be paid to the risks that may arise from harmful substances in indoor areas. After all, a modern life style means that many people spend the predominant portion of their lives indoors.
The effects of indoor air contamination may manifest themselves among sensitive persons in the form of perception of unpleasant odor and taste or even neurotoxic symptoms (sick building syndrome). For health and precautionary reasons it makes sense to analyse the air with respect to its components and determine the sources. We evaluate the results of the analysis and on request offer advice on the further procedure.
- Air measurements
Measurement and assessment of indoor air quality in accordance with DIN EN ISO 16000 / VDI 4300 (pollutant measurements in indoor air)
- Volatile organic compound (VOC)
- Polychlorinated biphenyles (PCB)
- Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
- Diluent (phthalate)
- Inorganic fibrous particles (asbestos fibres and synthetic mineral fibres in accordance with VDI 3492
Measurement of indoor air quality by passive collector (DIN EN 14412)
Measurement of gaseous immissions(VDI 3482)
- Microbial air sampling
Determination of germ contamination, mold contamination, biogenic allergens (DIN ISO 16000-16 and -17; VDI 6033 page 1)
- Particle measurements and classifications
in indoor air conditioning systems, clean rooms, etc. (as per DIN EN ISO 14644 and VDI 2083)
- Tightness and leakage tests
on indoor air conditioning systems (e.g. acc. to DIN EN 1507, DIN EN 15727, DIN 12237, DW 144)