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we supply and advise on indoor air quality monitoring equipment. Smart equipment to control building functions
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I am Adrian Thiedeman
i have a degree in applied chemistry and also studied air and water pollution control. I have worked for various consultancies as well as worked with other uk consultancies and manufacturers including GSK, Johnson-Matthey, Rolls-Royce .
However the hub of a lot of my work is helping people understand and examining issues of monitoring.
Whilst the majority of my work is commercial i do have an increasing number of clients who have problems in their home
I have many client contact me asking for help with regards to damp or mould, strange odours and pollutants in their house.
We aim to come up with a method of monitoring and some equipment to do this.
More recently we have been working with developers to provide an unit that you can use at home with a really useful app.
The unit is verified against calibrated standards prior to shipment
if you are interested in purchasing a air quality monitoring unit please contact
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