Effects of Sick Building Syndromes


Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Indoor air pollution is 2-5 times higher than outdoors.
Individuals spend 8 to 10 hours a day at their workplace expose to air pollutants.
Micro organisms and VOCs are continuously released in commercial buildings.

Causes of Sick Building Syndromes

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  • It is not only important to treat indoor air but to enhance it and reduce Sick Building Syndromes.
  • Adequate Fresh Air Intake: Fresh Air intake minimum One Air changes or 20 cfm /person.
  • Follow ASHRAE 62.1 Guidelines for Fresh air intake for various applications.
  • Toilet/Kitchen/Pantry Ventilation to remove odors.

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  • Electrostatic filter: Effectively catches floating PM2.5 particles- Replace Hi wall unit filters with Electrostatic filters.
  • Hi Efficiency Filters: Use of Bag Filters and HEPA Filters in Air Handling units. Consult us

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PHI Cell

It sends ionized aggressive advanced oxidizers into the room to destroy the pollutants at the source, in the air & on surfaces, before they can reach your family, clients or employees.

It creates an Advance Oxidation Plasma Consisting of Ionized Hydro Peroxides , Super Oxide ions and Hydroxide ions. These friendly oxidizers revert back to oxygen and hydrogen after Oxidation of the pollutant.

Application: Within AHU or in Ducts, useful for ductable unit projects for offices , malls, Hospitals, Large residence, Banks, Food Outlets, Toilets.

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Electrochemical Oxidation (ECO+BIO)

For Advance Fumigation/ Air Treatment /Odor Control and Enhancement.

Oxidation is a burning /corrosive chemical process of organic matters , Indoor air is continuously blended with mild control spray of oxidizers and oxygen ions which instantly kills al micro-organisms at the source.

It Disinfects Micro Organisms, removes chemical pollutants by oxidation and Enhance Indoor Air quality.

Along with ducted system it reaches to all corners of room through air.

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Hospitals / Schools / Offices / Banks / STP plant ventilation / Restaurants / Food and Beverage / Bakery / Dairy / Fruits and Vegetables / Chemicals Textile / Wine and Liquor / Pubs and bars / Smoking lounges / Malls / Conference halls