Measure the quality of indoor air
Detection and identification of molds in indoor and other microbial contaminants need to have innovative technology and skilled technicians to provide a solution that suits to the issues of our customers.
When you look in a building, an office, a room, marks of mold, or visitors or staff complains of an odor, allergies or asthma, it is useful to perform a measurement of the quality of indoor air. This is an essential element in the understanding of the symptoms observed on the building or on people. To measure the quality of the indoor air we use specific microbiology methods: by impaction (standard method), DNA fingerprinting method (molecular biology, qPCR…). These methods developed by our R&D department is what we can offer you as a solution for your problems and issues.
Our audits, diagnostics and controls are achieved through many specific methods that allow us to understand the interactions between the building and the interior air. All microbiological measurements on site are analyzed by our laboratory in France. Our team of qualified and specialized in innovative technologies technicians allows us to be a leader in the detection and identification of fungi and other microbes (bacteria, viruses … ) in indoor air.
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.
Indoor air pollution
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.