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LAB’AIR INDOOR AIR QUALITY TEST KIT

LAB’AIR

LAB’AIR is used to check for mold spores in a building’s ambient air. 
 
Montreal, Dec 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – SolAirEau Group has just unveiled LAB’AIR, a new indoor air quality sampling kit to help consumers check for mold in the air they breathe. The small device captures a specific quantity of air so that it can be sent to a lab for microbiological analysis. 
 
“With the COVID-19 crisis, we felt a certain social responsibility to fast-track this project, which has been in the works for more than two years. One thing we’ve learned from the health crisis is that our industry’s future depends on innovation,” said Adnane Ramromi, Director, Safety-Environment of SolAirEau Group. 
 
The traditional air sampling methods currently used by companies involve multiple constraints, both logistical and financial. These include: 
 
  • Appointments can only be scheduled during business hours and when companies are available 
  • Customers have to take time off work in order for a technician to take a sample 
  • Extra travel fees apply to customers located in remote areas 
Recognizing these challenges, SolAirEau Group revised its research and development strategy to create a smart and convenient solution that meets the needs of today’s consumers, especially in the new COVID-19 reality. 
 
The new sampling device is a convenient solution for homeowners and building managers who are concerned about invisible contaminants in the air around them. LAB’AIR lets consumers get a quick and professional microbiological assessment of the air they breathe at home or at work. 
 
SolAirEau Group’s goal is to make it easier for the public to test indoor air quality with a pre-programmed smart device. The test kit is so easy to use that consumers can access a professional service from their living room or office, without having to wait for an appointment. In fact, there’s no need for a technician to visit at any time. 
 
Once the sample has been taken, the air is analyzed in a lab. The customer is then sent a detailed report indicating the various microbiological components detected in the sample, as well as a series of recommendations, depending on the severity of the situation. 

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Saturday, January 9, 2021