IAQ Testing

IAQ Testing, Analysis, Assessment and Diagnostic Services

There is a well known phrase that “you cannot possibly manage what you don’t know, or worse, what you don’t know and can’t see” and another that states “you can’t manage what you can’t measure”.

IAQ’s team of professional Consultants and technical analysts would agree with both these statements. To this end, IAQ has created a specific service to allow our clients to check, analyse, diagnose and then manage environmental issues based on empirical testing, results and an evidence-based report with comprehensive recommendations.

This service provides clear insight into and management information of the previously “unknown”. This not only yields peace of mind and re-assurance, it also unequivocally demonstrates appropriate due diligence in protecting building occupants and employees. Our clients benefit in terms of corporate image, CSR, improved leasing and resale value of buildings and increased operational savings. This service significantly mitigates the risk of litigation or prosecution based on negligence.

IAQ Audit based on Singapore Standards SS554:2009 / 2016

IAQ consistently helps their clientele to fulfill IAQ test parameters and maximum threshold limits for potential indoor air contaminants set by Singapore’s regulatory authorities.

Test Parameters
Operative Temperature (Degree Celsius)Relative Humidity (%)
Air Temperature (Degree Celsius)Carbon Monoxide (ppm)
Air Velocity (m/s)Total Volatile Organic Compounds (ppb)
Respirable Suspended Particulate (µg/m3)Particulate Matter 2.5 (µg/m3)
Total Viable Bacterial Count (Cfu/m3)Total Viable Mold Count (Cfu/m3)

Optional: Microbial Speciation

IAQ also offers highly specialized speciation of micro flora in petri plates to identify the exact species of micro flora in your environment. This option is extremely useful for clients whose premises have high levels of microbial counts or pathogenic microorganism.

Species identification helps our clients to:

  • Trace the probable underlying cause/source for moldiness. Example: Stachybotrys chartarum and Aspergillus versicolor are most common in water-damaged buildings.
  • Determine the potential health risks. Example: certain species of Aspergillus, Penicillium and Fusarium are potential producers of toxins in indoors.
  • Identify the type of mold present in the environment to specifically determine the microorganism causing allergic reactions in occupants.

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