Air Quality Testing ServicesThe quality of our air directly impacts our health and the natural environment, so we want our air to be as clean as possible. The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Environmental Protection Agencies works to protect and improve air quality through legislation, targeted programs, and partnerships with other jurisdictions.
Air quality can deteriorate due to the presence in the air of one or more air pollutants such as solid and liquid particles called fine particulate matter (PM2.5), ground-level ozone (O3), sulphur oxides (SOx), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The outdoor concentrations of five air pollutants: PM2.5, O3, sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were selected because they are among the pollutants that most persons are exposed to and can have adverse health and environmental effects. They also contribute to the formation of smog and acid deposition.
Airborne contaminants in the form of dusts, aerosols, fumes and organic vapors are all too common in the workplace. Everyday materials and chemicals can pose a significant health risk if not properly managed. Employers are required by law to provide a safe workplace atmosphere for employees, tenants, and visitors.
Aims Tec Laboratory has had extensive experience in workplace air analysis and is an industry expert in the environmental science industry. Using internationally recognized test methods (NIOSH, OSHA, ASTM, USEPA), we offer a comprehensive workplace air analysis service, including:
Airborne contaminants should not exceed the exposure limits specified by EPA (Environmental Protection Agencies) Pakistan and need to be monitored on an ongoing basis to ensure work health and safety standards are met.
Other workplace environment tests include:
Aims Tec Air Quality Laboratory offers a comprehensive range of tests for workplaces including all commercial, residential & industrial sectors related to manufacturing, mining, construction, textile, pharmaceutical, tanneries, paper, sugar, steel, petroleum, flour mills, government departments, restaurants, hospitals, and transport hubs such as airports, train stations, bus stations.
A healthy indoor air environment is one that maintains the comfort, health and wellbeing of the occupants. Air quality is a high priority; employers, building owners and operators are required by law to provide a safe workplace environment for employees, tenants, and visitors.
Aims Tec (Pvt) Ltd specializes in the testing, monitoring and reporting of indoor air quality. We also provide consultation and practical solutions to solve your indoor air quality problems.
Some of the more common pollutants found within buildings include:
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems have a direct impact on indoor air quality. If not properly maintained, HVAC systems can themselves become pollutant sources e.g. legionella, moulds, and refrigerant gases. They may compound the problem by acting as a transport mechanism to distribute pollutants throughout a building. Good indoor air quality requires regular maintenance of a building's HVAC system. Other indoor environment tests include:
Air testing is the process of testing and analyzing the air quality of your office, commercial and industrial workplaces, schools, transport facility, a shopping center, hospital or child day care facility, or private home. The reason why testing air quality is so important is that it directly affects your employees’ performance, your customers’ wellbeing – in fact anyone who steps inside the building.
Aims Tec Laboratory offers a comprehensive range of indoor air analyses for commercial office buildings, Industrial areas, hospitals and medical clinics, schools and childcare centers, sporting and recreational centers, residential properties and private homes.
Poor indoor air quality can adversely affect our health and the environment with a significant cost to business and the economy.
Ensuring that your building’s air quality is healthy has become a critical aspect of overall work health and safety. Air pollutants can cause health problems such as sore eyes, burning in the nose and throat, headaches, or fatigue. Other pollutants cause or worsen allergies, respiratory illnesses (such as asthma), heart disease, cancer, and other serious long-term conditions.
The legal implications of poor air quality in your workplace or place of business are becoming a critical issue for facility managers, business managers, employers, engineers and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) companies.
Aims Tec Air Quality Laboratory has an extensive Workplace Air Analysis and Indoor Air Testing services to test for all common pollutants. We use a vigorous science based method with a focus on delivering practical solutions, legally defensible strategies and easy-to-understand reports. In case of any further assistance please feel free to contact with us either on email or Call.