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Air Conditioning & Ventilation

Healthy Environments occupational hygienist has extensive experience in the assessment of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems (HVACS) in commercial, industrial and residential buildings. Healthy Environments services involve inspection, measurements and laboratory testing where required.

Industrial and Commercial Buildings

Inspection of HVACs to assess installation and maintenance practices. Surface samples may be taken as required for examination by photomicroscopy and or subject to chemical and microbial analysis.

• Assessment of HVAC system performance by air quality testing and airflow rate measurements.

• Assessment of general ventilation, dilution ventilation and local exhaust hoods performance in industrial workplaces for contaminant control in relation to operations and processes.

• Assessment of fume cupboard performance.

Residential Buildings

• Inspection of HVACs to assess installation and maintenance practices. Surface samples may be taken as required for examination by photomicroscopy and or subject to chemical and microbial analysis.

• Inspection of roof space installation areas for contaminants that can be detrimental to air quality and the health of occupants

• Assessment of HVAC system performance by air quality testing and airflow rate measurements.

Do you need help with ventilation issues in the workplace or home? Gives us a call today to discuss our services on 04 970 4924 or email us at healthyenviro@clear.net.nz and we will show you how we can help you.

Ventilation Overview

Ventilation is the process of supplying air or removing air by natural means (including infiltration) or mechanical means to or from a space for the purpose of controlling air contaminant levels, humidity (moisture levels), air temperature within the space. Mechanical ventilation is provided by mechanically powered equipment such as motor driven fans. Natural ventilation is provided by fixed or openable openings such as doors, windows, and non- powered ventilation.