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Indoor Air Quality Problems

For hospitals in the tropical region, the main IAQ challenges usually arise from growth of mold and fungus – the same is true also for many non-hospital buildings. Identifying the root cause of this growth and helping to prevent it is our specialty area, as well as performing extensive mold remediation using 100% plant-based disinfection products that are safe for...

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Mold Remediation

Mold remediation is the most obvious step in resolving a mold problem. It is a complex process that needs to be planned carefully, and it has to be part of an overall mold-prevention strategy for which the root cause analysis is essential. If not done well, mold can quickly reoccur after the remediation efforts are finished. Therefore it is important to choose a...

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Dehumidification is often a key component in preventing mold occurrence or reoccurrence and also other IAQ problems. Further, it is a necessity that any mold-affected indoor areas are dry prior to a mold remediation process, and active dehumidification is often needed for this. Dehumidification is usually needed to lower the air’s relative humidity, and also to dry...

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Continuous Air-Disinfection

Microbe-related Indoor Air Quality problems such as fungus, mold, bacteria and viruses can sometimes be treated with continuous air-disinfection. This system can also be used to prevent the spreading of infected areas into other zones. Below is a list of typical systems for continuous air-disinfection: Gel-blocks that continuously release disinfectant into the air...

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Root Cause Analysis

One of the most important aspects of any IAQ improvement effort such as mold remediation is to identify the root cause that contributed to a current problem. If this step is missed or neglected, no client will be happy for long because the unfavorable conditions will eventually return. In some cases it may seem possible to skip the root cause analysis and patch up...

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