INDOOR AIR QUALITY (IAQ)
Feeling sick in your home? You may be sensitive to toxic chemicals in your home or office. ACS monitoring badges can help you find out if you are exposed to toxic chemical vapors that can be harmful to your health. ACS monitoring badges have been used to measure indoor air quality for over 30 years.
Many home owners are using the ACS monitoring badge to measure common household chemicals such as formaldehyde and VOCs (total volatile organic compounds). Homeowners can perform indoor air quality tests without hiring an expensive consultant.
Recently Reported in Media
ACS monitoring badges have been used by the Sierra Club to monitor indoor air quality in trailers used by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). Most recently, they have been featured in news reports on CNN, HDNet with Dan Rather and other media reporting on indoor air quality.
How It Works
It is very simple to operate because there are no moving parts to deal with. Just place the badge in your home for 24 hours. Air diffuses through a micro-porous membrane and collects vapor on special prepared adsorbents inside the monitoring badge. Record the start and stop times and send the badge back to ACS laboratory for analysis. The analysis report explains if the concentration level of your home is exceeding the exposure limit.
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FOR OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE
For workplace exposure, the ACS monitoring badges meet OSHA requirements for exposure times from 15 minutes to more than 8 hours. The analysis is done in an AIHA accredited laboratory.
All-inclusive price for Badge, Analysis, and Report.
Reports available by phone, fax, or e-mail in 48 hours or less.
- Meets OSHA and NIOSH Accuracy Requirements
- Validated Analytical Methods
- AIHA and New Your ELAP Accredited Laboratory -- Fully reviewed QA/QC Procedures
- Used for over 30 years in US, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.
ACS Monitoring Badge Users Include:
- Health Care Facilities
- VA Hospitals
- US Armed Forces
- Dental Facilities (Dental Professionals)
- Veterinary Hospitals
- Industrial Hygienists
- Environmental Consultants
- Funeral Homes
- Dry Cleaning Facilities
- Industrial Corporations
- RV/Trailer Owners [More Info]