Indoor Air Quality Remediation
Once we've assessed your indoor air quality, we can remediate any problems and bring back your IAQ within the mandated guidance, with the following services.
Dirty filters restrict airflow and incorrectly selected filters allow ingress of external pollutants. We can select and change your filters to ensure the highest grade of filtration possible.
We have a range of drop in air purifiers perfect for meeting rooms, lift lobbys, reception areas or other areas of high footfall where the airflow provision may not be high enough for fluctuating occupancy levels. Our HEPA air purifiers are easy to install and simple to operate, giving peace of mind to your buildings occupants & visitors. H14 HEPA purifiers give excelled protection against airborn pathogens, and have the added benefit of improving indoor air quality.
Please get in touch with details of the size and usage of your room, and we will be able to select the appropriate sized unit.
Issues with indoor air quality? Our unique range of NPBI products, which are suitable for installation in both fan coils and AHUs, agglomerate particulate and inactivate viruses. Easy to install in both new and existing buildings, this product will improve your indoor air quality.
Bipolar Ionisation systems use very little energy and can be incorporated into existing HVAC systems without adding an additional pressure drop.
We can size, select and install appropriate UVGI filters for surface and air treatment in the HVAC system. We size and select to inactivate not just Coronavirus but Influenza & Adenovirus too, which are the other main causes of winter sickness.
UVGI used to treat cooling coils reduces the build-up of biofilm, increasing the effectiveness of the coil and thus reducing energy use.
If we see that a coil needs to be replaced when we assess your ventilation system then we can select and install an appropriate replacement.
Having assessed your ventilation system, we can increase airflow to reduce CO2 by replacing the fan & motor in the Air Handling Unit. This may not be possible in all ventilation systems.
If your issue is temperature related, and primarily concerning overheating, an air conditioning system may be the most appropriate solution for you.
The installation and handling of refrigeration gasses and air conditioning systems is a specialist area, a conventional plumbing and heating engineer is unlikely to hold the appropriate qualifications.
Adding an air conditioning system to a single room costs in the region of £1600-£2500 depending on site conditions and options.
Adding multiple air conditioning units to a building at the same time brings significant savings on a per-room basis.
Contact us with the details of your project, and we will arrange for a surveyor to visit ahead of providing you with a quotation.