Following the completion of a measurement campaign in a building or office , microbial samples are analyzed in the laboratory. These analyzes are used to identify and quantify mold in indoor air in a room or building to indicate the level of contamination and therefore the quality of indoor air. To make our analysis we use standard methods (eg , impaction method ) or innovative methods ( qPCR or by image analysis ). The most suitable method to the client’s problem (search for a specific pollutant in the air, interaction between a material and a mold) is used to offer a bespoke service to find an answer to your issue.
In order to offer the customer an appropriate response to the problems he observes (allergies, asthma staff, deteriorating walls or ceilings…), our laboratory develops specific high-tech methods to understand and analyze the quality of the indoor air. Analysis of microbiological pollution is a key aspect in a process of the quality of indoor air for the well-being of employees and visitors comfort.
The mold is also a pollutant of the air present in the ductwork. Molds are dispersed in indoor air resulting in a degradation of the quality of indoor air in offices or production areas.
Our expertise in the field of microbiology of air and especially molds allows us to be the independent french leader in the identification and detection of molds.
Conidia’s laboratory is the French leader in mold analysis. After academia, the company has developed its expertise in the field of indoor air quality, building materials including bio-based materials, plant diseases, soils polluted.