What if what you were doing to improve indoor air quality wasn’t actually improving it? What if you could know how bad it was and how good it could be?
And what if we told you one solution does not fit all?
After all, it is data that informs the decision-making process and, in the case of improving indoor air quality, it is the data about a building’s indoor air quality that can play an essential role in understanding what occupants are breathing and how well it gets better with each new measure put in place to fix it.
Innovation For The Industry
InstaScope is revolutionary for collecting indoor air quality data in its ability to detect, identify, and report the total airborne biological load of a room in real-time. We believe the industry was due for a better way to conduct mold tests, and consequently, we have since developed our technology to also focus on overall air quality testing.
While laser particle counters have long been relied upon in the indoor air quality industry, they lack the ability to distinguish between biological particles (viruses, mold, pollen, and more) and non-biological particles, thereby subjecting the microbes themselves to potential inaccuracies as they are studied beneath a microscope.
InstaScope eliminates the need for both speciation and subjectivity, as the airborne particles are bathed in a fluorescent UV light that captures the colors, sizes, and color density of said particles. This information is then compared to the scientific microbe catalog.
Thus, InstaScope’s biofluorescent technology provides accurate readings and results in real-time.
Out Of The Air, Into Your Hands
Not only is InstaScope technologically advanced using a signature optical chamber, but its user-friendliness serves to benefit both the user and the customer.
Simply put, the whole-area scans and air assessment reports generated by InstaScope are scientifically and technologically fine-tuned for professional use. The reports themselves, however, remain streamlined and simplistic enough that customers can understand and trust in the provided information.
What’s more, by doing away with the need for third-party lab examination, users and customers alike no longer have to exercise patience in waiting for the results.
As InstaScope analyzes total airborne biological loads in real-time, the professional user can continuously sample the air in a given space an unlimited number of times. Thus, they are equipped with the ability to provide immediate on-site reports that:
- Expedite the overall process
- Exhibit transparency
- Enhance customer satisfaction
Intuitive and consistent, InstaScope is also app-friendly and features the ability to use cloud-based reporting.
Collaboration Breeds Quality
Finally, users can trust that InstaScope is scientifically sound in great part due to the peer-reviewed research and collaboration that fostered its creation.
Specifically, researchers at the University of Colorado’s Flagship Research Campus and Environmental Engineering lab collaborated with DetectionTek to design the biofluorescent chamber through which the airborne particles are analyzed.
The catalog of particles that serves as InstaScope’s identification library is also a result of this collaboration and continues to grow today.
Simply put, InstaScope’s state-of-the-art technology is designed to both enhance one’s business strategy and help pave the way for further innovation as the indoor air quality industry grows.
If you’re ready to integrate cutting-edge technology into your business, it’s time to invest in InstaScope.
To learn more about InstaScope or request a demo, contact us today by calling (720) 410-7030!