Air Quality

For Good Measure

Concerns about indoor air pollutants and air quality can be a strategy disabler for an organization. Stakeholders that are distracted from their duties by concerns over indoor air quality are inefficient; in a worst-case scenario there may be a genuine risk to their health. BCX Energy’s air business unit will check the indoor air quality of your facility, including consulting towards a solution when problems exist.  The staff’s environmental and air quality engineering experience has helped all sized businesses, schools and institutions conform to applicable regulations, and keep the workplace safe and efficient.

“From their initial site-visit in the proposal phase to the final inspection when the project was complete everything ran on time and on budget. BCX took the time to answer all questions, and seem to pride themselves with not only providing a quality…but an informed end user. Every step of the process was clearly communicated. I highly recommend BCX Energy.”

– Engineer at Checon Corporation

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A Breath of Fresh Air

When it comes to commercial indoor air quality testing and consulting, BCX Energy stands apart as Rhode Island’s only air quality specialists. They’re nimble, data driven, accredited and networked with reliable value chain partners (analytical laboratories, critical equipment suppliers). BCX Air leverages years of experience to help customers by conducting testing and suggesting solutions when problems involving indoor air pollution and/or temperature and relative humidity profiles are discovered. Some common test parameters include: volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC’s), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and carbon monoxide (CO), and particulate matter (dust).

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Mold Testing

Our staff can discretely test for airborne and surface mold within your facility to confirm that the concentrations and spore types are not harmful to your employees and patrons. This IAQ mold test is generally conducted along with a check of carbon dioxide, relative humidity and temperature profiles via real-time instrumentation; these parameters being indicators of a comfortable environment and of the ventilation system’s ability to supply fresh, conditioned air to the area. Nutrients for mold can be found in commonly used constriction materials and furnishings, and dust (which can contain all manner organic ingredients, including skin fragments from humans and animals). If mold in actionable levels is detected, BCX Energy engineers can consult to identify the root cause and generate a corrective action plan.

Get a Free Consultation

Talk to one of our air quality specialists at (401) 421-2200 or use the form below for a free consultation.