Comprehensive Monitoring For Your Indoor Environmental Quality
Students spend a large amount of time inside classrooms and libraries studying and learning – it is vital to adhere to proper levels of indoor environmental quality (IEQ) to ensure the health and comfort of the students is met.
One example of IEQ, regarding poor indoor air quality (IAQ) has been linked to allergies, asthma, Sick Building Syndrome (SBS), and even reduced academic performance and absenteeism. Since students spend so much time inside learning institutions, it is critical to be aware of the health of your building’s IAQ. Beyond IAQ, it is also important to monitor thermal comfort, lightning, and acoustic to safeguard occupant’s overall well-being.
Common sources of indoor air pollution within schools and universities include:
- Synthetic building materials and furnishings
- Arts and crafts materials
- Printers and copiers
- Cleaning chemicals and aerosol sprays
Fewer illnesses and absences with higher productivity rates.
IEQ data driven decisions enable cost savings to run a credible institution.
Design custom solutions to collect, analyze, and share IEQ data with students, staff, and the community.