indoor air qualityIndustrial
The quality of indoor air is a major factor in the improvement of working conditions and well-being in the company. On the other hand, food problems related to indoor air is also important.
Indeed, in terms of production, the presence of mold or bacteria can be a vector of contamination directly on the manufactured product. This problem is very visible in the agri- food industry, where the quality of indoor air must be controlled at the process! When a product is contaminated, an audit of the air quality due to an identification of the fungi responsible for the degradation of the food is needed to identify the cause or causes of this degradation : air pollution , the contamination in a raw material…
At the industrial level, the quality of indoor air is also important during the production process, especially for specific products, such as food packaging, pharmaceuticals or construction materials. An audit or a control of the facilities allows you to check the level of microbiological contamination of air and indicate the level of risk for the product, but also for staff directly on the workstation. One factor contributing to the improvement of air quality is good renewal of air with specific systems for adapted treatment.
A microbiological audit is the most appropriate way to understand a problem of degradation of indoor air or contamination of a product in production. It is the first step in a comprehensive approach to improve working conditions and production.
Checking the air quality in a room and especially the air supplied through the air systems ensures a level of comfort and well -being for the occupants of a building.
Our laboratory develops specific high-tech methods to understand and analyze the quality of indoor air. The analysis of microbiological pollution is an important aspect in the process of quality indoor air for the well-being of employees and the visitors comfort.
A microbiological diagnostic of the quality of the air aims to find microbes in the air to detect the presence of an internal pollution that may be due to the illness of the occupants of a building.
To measure the quality of indoor air, we use specific microbiology methods developed by our R&D department in order to offer you a suitable solution to your problem.
To complete the investigation, the identification of mold or bacteria present in the air or on surfaces can provide a full understanding of inside pollution and provides a suitable solution.