Ambient air quality monitoring equipment.

CVR Labs is your trustworthy partner for advanced ambient air quality monitoring. We ensure that the air you breathe meets the highest safety and cleanliness requirements using advanced technology and equipment as per the standards of CPCB.

Here, We’ll introduce you to ambient air quality monitoring, detail the numerous tests available, and explain its relevance to human health, Environmental protection, Regulatory Compliance etc.,

What is Ambient Air Quality Monitoring?

It involves monitoring the state of the external environment, checking operational programs, and identifying areas that need to be revived.

Why Ambient Air Quality Monitoring?

Ambient air quality monitoring is probably the most critical method of identifying our environmental problems. Collecting and sampling air tests to see if particular pollutants and chemicals affect bad air quality. Measuring the pleasantness of the ambient air is significant for several reasons:

Public Health:

The public health ensures that there are no allergies and dangerous chemicals in the air we breathe.

Environmental Protection:

It monitors pollution effects on plants, animals, and ecosystems.

Compliance with regulations:

All levels of government, business and the community too have to comply with these rules, directives, and guidelines on pollution control and air quality maintenance.

Scientific Research:

The information is used for research on air quality trends and effects.

Benefits of Monitoring Air Quality

Help in the detection and control of such emissions that could affect human life. Many types of research confirm the interlink between pollution and illness. Researchers found that air pollution decreases lung function and causes more heart attacks. EPA states that high air pollution levels affect asthmatics and people with lung and heart problems mainly. People of all ages, old and young, are highly susceptible to air pollution-related health problems.

Human health is also dependent on the concentration level of pollutants in the air, the amount of polluted air we inhale and the state of our health. Air Quality Monitoring helps avert health hazards. Therefore, the data obtained from the monitoring process plays a vital role in determining and controlling air pollution impacts on public health.

Air Quality Index

The EPA and other agencies use the Air Quality Index to communicate with the public about the present status of the air quality and associated health risks due to these air pollution rates. Equivalently AQI is an indicator for measuring and leveling off a given area by the density of polluted air or concentration of toxic substances it contains.

0 to 50
51 to 100
101 to 150
Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups
151 to 200
201 to 300
Very unhealthy
301 to 500

As a result, by employing ambient air quality monitoring data one can judge whether an area is or not up to Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and WHO air standards.
They have physical, chemical and microbiological tests for different aspects of testing ambient air quality designed by the CVR Labs. The following tests are performed for Ambient Air Quality Testing:

Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Testing Parameters

Particulate matter (PM2.5) Carbon monoxide Suspended Particulate matter (SPM) Carbon dioxide
Oxides of Nitrogen
Nickel as Ni
Chromium as Cr
Hydrogen Sulphide
Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) Benzo(a)Pyrene(BaP)
Volatile Organic Compounds as per EPA 502/524 mix
Benzene, Toluene & Xylene
Arsenic as As
Lead as Pb
Sulphur dioxide
Particulate matter (PM10)
Heat Stress

These measures are important in various places like industrial sites, city centres, and neighbourhoods. If you are interested in finding out more about how we help people to protect the air quality around them, please feel free CONTACT TO US.

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