IAQ


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AcronymDefinition
IAQIndoor Air Quality
IAQInvestment Administration Qualification
IAQInfrequently Asked Questions
IAQInternal Air Quality
IAQInuit Art Quarterly
IAQIllinois Air Quality
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healthier) IAQ, and/or provide greater comfort than the minimum.
With these impacts in mind, it is important to consider IAQ in the scope of your building's health and wellness plan.
All PID sensors on the firm's IAQ monitors use UV lamps to break volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the air down into positively charged ions and free electrons, a process also called ionization.
This disparity creates a problem for managers because the need to maintain an acceptable level of IAQ requires a filter that can efficiently remove particles from the airflow.
We have launched many region-specific IAQ products and solutions and received encouraging feedback from the customers," Shigehiro Uchiyama, director of Panasonic Ecology Systems Company Limited, told
While some studies have estimated the economic cost of poor IAQ in terms of health and productivity (Mudarri, 2010a), few have estimated market expenditures and jobs associated with the IAQ products and services.
IAQ monitoring is challenging because indoor air-pollutant concentrations and human motion patterns each vary spatially and temporally within and across rooms.
The IAQ conferences have had a history of addressing specific themes and attracting the world's most authoritative experts on indoor air quality, as well as the most up-to-date technical and practical information on the subject.
This commercial germicidal IAQ product is suited for hospitals, schools, and office buildings.
It was stated that the air distribution and direction play the more important role in the airborne-infectious-disease management; good IAQ starts with building design.
Poor IAQ is caused by air pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are chemicals that emit from common products and materials.
Focusing on IAQ issues from a management perspective, the book is not intended to be a detailed, technical treatise; however, enough detail is provided to make it useful as a practitioner's handbook designed to help owners, managers, operators, and others responsible for operating and maintaining a facility.