Developed together with medical and industry experts, the AirAnswers system offers the ability to detect a wide spectrum of airborne particulate matter (bioaerosols) with a testing menu that includes allergens, molds, and viruses such as SARS-CoV-2.
When it comes to the plethora of new sampling systems springing to market for indoor air quality, distinguishing the steak from the sizzle can be a difficult process. By the very nature of it being new, advertising for innovative technology tends to emphasize features, with a secondary focus on benefits, the sizzle.
Hands-on training and classroom presentations will occur at this onsite event on Tuesday, Nov. 30, to Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. Six DBPR-approved training courses offered at one event enable Florida-licensed mold assessors and remediators to complete the 14 CEUs biennially required by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) Mold Related Services Board.
Mold-sensitized individuals need to have a living/working environment that is better than the normal understanding of clean. Standard mold remediation techniques for source removal have to be completed with an acute attention to detail; the job is not done when the source material has been removed.
The first article in this series ended with a discussion on using fogging to assist particle control, and the importance of proper droplet size. Smaller, light particles tend to be more effective because they are then similar or smaller in size than the particles being removed from the air.