The importance of Indoor Air Quality for airports, buses and trains
Healthy Air in Public Transport
In a post COVID 19 world, we are now, more than ever, aware of the importance of Indoor Air Quality in public spaces such as airports, buses and trains. Clean, ventilated and well managed indoor air is increasingly important to meet standards and guidelines.
Indoor Air Quality is dynamic. Proactive management of air quality is essential, and continuous monitoring allows you to track changes based on time, occupancy and activity.
What defines indoor air quality in public transport?
Indoor air quality is defined by regulatory standards such as ASHRAE, with respect to ventilation, air change rates, humidity, the presence of pollutants, and the quality of air brought inside. COVID 19 has brought a major focus on indoor air quality in airports and public transport environments such as trains and buses. Increased occupancy directly affects indoor air quality – our products manage this directly.
IAQ Ventilation provides patented, lab researched, innovative technology and equipment to clean, ventilate and maintain indoor air quality in public transport environments. You can actively reduce pathogens and air pollutants in trains, buses and publics spaces – bacteria, viruses, particulates, volatile organic compounds, mould and odours.
IAQ Ventilation provides world class solutions and equipment that ventilates and purifies air – so you can meet IAQ guidelines. We also measure and monitor indoor air quality, such as CO2 concentration and a range of pollutants – to help you maintain healthy air in public transport. So clean air can be delivered with increased occupancy.
Our solutions are cost effective and budget conscious. Once installed, they require minimal servicing, and our GPS technology actively cleans your HVAC systems.
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The Life Cycle of Air
IAQ Ventilation has designed an 8-stage process for improving the indoor air quality in your building, “The Life Cycle of Air”.
This multi-layered approach to improving indoor air quality recognises that every building is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Depending on your specific needs, a combination of the right monitoring systems, ventilation, humidity control, HVAC systems and air purification technology can deliver safer, healthier air for your occupants.
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