GES Water also work with Air:
Air Quality, Air Hygiene & Air Monitoring
- Carbon dioxide
- Thermal comfort
- Relative humidity
- Carbon monoxide determination
- Respirable particulates
- Volatile organic compounds
- Ductwork cleaning
- Yeast and moulds
- Highlighting any possible health risks
These factors can all result in increased absenteeism.
Critical factors for change
- Human - Skin, throat & faecal bacteria, body oils, cosmetics, ammonia, & nitrogenous matter from sweat & urine, dirt, food, saliva & open infections.
- Environmental - Source water quality, physical & chemical composition of pool water, air & water temperatures, air quality & pollution, algae & fungi, gases formed from chemical reactions, humidity, sunlight & evaporation.
- Design, Construction & Operation - Pool bather capacity, loading, hydraulics, turnover, chemical conditioning, construction materials, disinfectants, coagulants, filtration, surface water draw off, filter cleansing, dilution, automatic control, testing & interpretation
GES Ltd. use the latest air monitoring equipment which, after a specified monitoring period, can produce graphs detailing the results.
This particular graph below, shows results for relative humidity, temperature, carbon dioxide and aerosols over a 24 hour monitoring period.
Poor air quality can produce adverse health effects such as: sore throats, dry eyes, headaches, dizziness, nausea, runny nose, throat irritation and also effects the heart and lungs.
For more information on our services or to discuss you individual requirements please telephone us on 01844 299499 or alternatively feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Swimming in pool water should be a healthy exercise. A clear, sparkling swimming pool without unpleasant smell or taste is the right of every swimmer and should be the objective of every manager and pool operator. Achieving this in practice can be fraught with difficulty. A multitude of physical, chemical and bacteriological states change constantly in a busy swimming pool.