Indoor Air Quality Analysis | Odors | Mold

Indoor Air Quality Analysis for a Healthy and Compliant-Free Environment

Your employees and workers are the first to notice unusual or unpleasant odors, Manufacturing Plant for Indoor Air Qualityirritants or unwanted growths such as mold. They are aware of their environment and notice changes that helps keep the workplace safe. When an employee, guest or worker report an odor or notice visible growth, be sure to investigate the claim by bringing in an indoor air quality specialist such as United Analytical Services’ Certified Industrial Hygienists.

Waiting until a situation arises may cause your company unwanted expenses. You can be proactive in your strategic business plan by developing an indoor air quality preventative plan. United Analytical Services has developed proactive indoor air quality protocols that actively monitor numerous contaminants such as:
• Carbon Dioxide
• Temperature
• Relative Humidity
• Airborne Mold Spores
• Light Intensity
• Water Quality

• Total Volatile Organic Compounds

• Formaldehyde

• 4 - Phenylcyclohexene (4PCH)

• Ambient Air Movement

Indoor Air Quality TestingThere are situations when your company may be unclear as to the cause of workplace odors, fatigue, illnesses or complaints. United Analytical Services also provides specialized indoor air quality testing. These planned indoor air quality testing can include services such as:
• Ambient Noise
• Legionella pneumophilia bacteria or Legionnaires disease
• Sewage backup
• Flood damage assessment
• Other pathogen contaminations

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