Indoor air quality (IAQ) testing involves the assessment and analysis of the quality of air within indoor environments, such as homes, offices, schools, and other buildings. It aims to identify and measure the presence of pollutants, allergens, and other contaminants that can affect the health and comfort of occupants.

Here are some key aspects of indoor air quality testing

  1. Pollutant Identification: IAQ testing helps in identifying and measuring the levels of various pollutants that can be present in indoor air. These pollutants may include volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, particulate matter, allergens (such as dust mites, pollen, and pet dander), mold spores, bacteria, and other chemical or biological contaminants.

  2. Health Assessment: IAQ testing allows for the evaluation of potential health risks associated with indoor air pollutants. By measuring pollutant levels and comparing them to established guidelines and standards, the impact on respiratory health, allergies, asthma, and other health conditions can be assessed. This information helps in developing strategies to improve indoor air quality and protect occupants' health.

Ventilation Assessment

IAQ testing often includes the evaluation of ventilation systems to ensure they are functioning properly and providing adequate fresh air exchange. Testing can measure air exchange rates, check for proper distribution of airflow, and identify potential issues that may hinder effective ventilation.

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