The Company, Clean Air, is an Indoor Air Quality Specialist in Thailand
A high-performance handheld PID was chosen for anti-humidity design by leading Thai indoor air quality monitoring specialist as part of its audit program
Clean Air Thailand is a specialist in Indoor Air Quality based in Bangkok and is dedicated to providing high-performance UVGI, also known as UVC, and Ozone equipment to improve the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in all air-conditioned buildings.
Established since 2007, Clean Air Thailand designs and manufactures specialist Ozone and UVGI equipment to improve indoor air quality (IAQ). The company also offers an IAQ test service which helps building managers understand what is happening in their properties. The scientific information provided can then be used to introduce IAQ improvement programs, often without the need for extra equipment.
When its existing photoionization detectors (PIDs) proved ineffective in high humidity, indoor air quality monitoring specialists, Clean Air (Thailand) Company Ltd turned to ION Science and its high-performance Tiger instrument. The handheld detector is being used by the Bangkok-based business as part of its audit program to measure potentially harmful total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs) in a wide range of buildings including offices, hospitals, hotels, and residential properties.
Philip North, Director at Clean Air Thailand:
“Even though a building’s IAQ might seem fine, it is essential that all the parameters which make up the air being breathed are regularly assessed. As part of our IAQ audit service, we measure TVOCs present within buildings but our previous monitoring instrument proved unreliable in Thailand’s humid conditions. We provide solutions to customers based on high levels of TVOCs being detected so needed a device we can completely trust when we show before and after readings.”
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