Introducing Air Quality
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AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT TOOL
every building is different. people come and go. factors constantly change the air quality and exposure risk to viruses like covid-19. so how do you know if your hepa, hvac, and cleaning procedures are working?
How the indoor air quality assessment process works
use instascope for baseline assessment
An initial assessment performed by a certified InstaScope inspector and their customer’s maintenance personnel will help provide a baseline for regularly scheduled assessments.
compare rooms and create protocols
Protocols will fit within a building’s operating parameters to establish what should be normal throughout facilities.
spot filtration solutions
Use InstaScope information to properly size spot filtration and placement based on real-time informationn to the specific built environment. Place HEPA in the best areas of the room to assure the lowest reduction of harmful airborne particles possible and place fans to keep air mixed.
ongoing assessment with instascope
As air constantly changes, continue using InstaScope on a regular basis to assure air quality is maintaining satisfactory levels and products are effectively cleaning rooms affected by people, resuspension, natural airflow and HVAC.
HVAC Optimization Plans
Verifying whether or not the air purifiers and HVAC plans are working to reduce the risk of harmful particles or airborne viruses like COVID-19.
When windows and doors open, or people come in and out of a room, resting particles resuspend in the air at any given time changing air quality.
HVAC systems differ and performance can vary so one room’s solution may not be effective for another.
HEPA effectiveness depends on the flow rate and placement, all of which can be determine by InstaScope information.
InstaScope: Part of an Air Purification Solution to minimize particles in the air to the lowest extent feasible.
Dilute biological particles in the air with HVAC and fans to create a constant flow of mixed air.
Remove the suspended airborne particles using a combination of mixing air and HEPA filters turned on.
Use InstaScope on a regular basis to assess the efficacy of HEPA filters and verify when airborne particle loading has decreased to lowest extent feasible.
Why is it important to have ongoing information about your air quality? Watch the video on particle resuspension to see how every day activity can regularly change air quality, increasing the risk of harmful airborne pathogens and affecting the efficacy of purifiers.
intuitive app interface with cloud-based reporting
Compare results across rooms and different buildings.
Use InstaScope reports for continued assessment to learn more about your building’s indoor air quality improvement.
curious to learn more?
Check out the latest peer-reviewed discussions from leading institutions discussing air purifiers and air flow with COVID-19.