We are Australian Air Quality Systems
We provide a systematic and scientific approach to assess, clean and implement preventative maintenance to Air Handling Units (AHU) for buildings and facility owners by using technologies based on ultra violet (UV) light systems.
We control mould from growing in air handing units and coils to improve running costs and indoor air quality. Inside AHU environments are ideal breeding grounds for mould and bacteria which is then transferred through the normal operation of the unit into the air conditioning system, and in turn, into the air you breathe. Not only does this decrease the quality of the air that the occupants are breathing, but also it reduces the lifespan of equipment and increases maintenance costs for the owner.
When limitations of one’s sense of smell and field instruments prevent the determination of the source of the odourant, there is another approach we utilise in performing odour investigations. It is the use of gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy (GC/MS) to analyse the Volatile organic compounds (VOC) components in the air. In addition to possibly identifying the source of the odourant, this technique may provide information in determining whether the odour presents an occupational exposure or a nuisance odour issue. GC/MS is a powerful combination of analytical instruments capable of definitively identifying VOCs present that may be beyond our sense of smell.
A systematic scientific and humanistic approach also serves well to appease building occupants and restore confidence and productivity in the workplace.
If you are having an issue with your building/s or facilities, let us investigate this problem for you.
Healthcare facilities must pay particular care and attention to indoor air concerns. People with
pre-existing health issues who are going through treatment and who may have depressed immune systems are very susceptible to indoor air exposures.
Proper building operations and routine maintenance are critical to ensuring healthy indoor air quality. Inadequate ventilation, contamination from inside and from outside the building are the top three sources of indoor air quality issues.
Indoor air quality is a concern in many schools due in part to the age and poor condition of a number of school buildings. School Indoor air quality is particularly important as it may affect the health, performance and comfort of school staff and students.