|Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a term used to describe how polluted the air inside a confined space can affect human health. The IAQ is measured according to government guidelines (EPA) and is used as a measuring stick for the efficiency of air purification and filtration systems.
Particulate Matter (PM) is microscopic material that can be categorized as small (bacteria and mold) or large (pollen). Since PM most commonly affects people’s health, it is important to diagnose and monitor indoor air quality in order to detect the amount of the pollutant.
Bactronix uses state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to evaluate Indoor Air Quality. Primarily the BactroAirMeter™ is used to detect and measure any harmful particulates. The hand-held unit features an LCD screen that displays a dynamic bar graph showing the actual count reading. The meter stores the information to create a history for review which can be downloaded to a customer’s computer.
Certified technicians apply the BactroKill Process which infiltrates all areas of air conditioning units and filtration systems killing mold, mildew, bacteria, viruses and other airborne pathogens.
Finally, to extend the effectiveness, we apply The BactroBlock Process which will inhibit the growth of bacteria and other contaminates.
|One of the features of the Bactronizing Process
is the total elimination of unpleasant odors.
Our health and prevention program will be warranted with a "Seal of Certification"
also called BactroSeal™. The seal will be applied in a prominent place within the
treated area to certify the facility has been Bactronized.™ The application date
is posted on the BactroSeal.