Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessment
More people are now aware that the quality of indoor air has a significant impact on human health and comfort. After all, most people spend most of their time indoors.
Poor indoor air quality can lead to discomfort, ill health, and in the workplace, absenteeism and lower productivity.
Scientific pieces of evidence indicate that a range of health problems and complaints are associated with indoor air pollutants.
The problems range from transient sensory irritation of the respiratory tract to life-threatening diseases.
There is an increasing concern about the air quality in workplaces. More companies, building owners, and facilities managers are taking steps to improve indoor air quality to safeguard the health of the building occupants and contribute to their comfort and well-being.
AOM specializes in IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) and odor management. Identifying and eliminating hazardous indoor air pollutants, including malodor, is our area of expertise.
Our range of services includes indoor air quality assessment, consultation, and problem-solving.
We hold ourselves to the high standards set by the Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA).
Our IAQ assessment includes walk-through inspection, evaluation, and measurement of thermal comfort and air contaminants.
The most advanced IAQ instruments are employed to conduct the survey. The values measured shall be compared against the maximum threshold limits set by the Singapore Standard SS 554: 2009.
IAQ Survey Parameters are as follows:
- Carbon dioxide (CO2)
- Carbon monoxide (CO)
- Formaldehyde (HCHO)
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
- Respirable Suspended Particulates (RSP)
- Relative Humidity
- Air Temperature
- Air Velocity and Air Flow
- Total Bacteria Counts
- Total Fungal Counts
Their acceptable levels can be found here.