This practical guide to the identification of contaminants in indoor air provides industrial hygienists and other environmental professionals with the best approaches to air sampling in any given situation. Indoor Air Quality: Sampling Methodologies helps you to develop a hypothesis and follow it to the identification of unknown contaminants. The book presents a brief overview of air handling systems, step-by-step instructions for all sampling tasks, and a means of interpreting your results, complemented by helpful hints based on the author's observations and experience. It contains more than 150 charts, tables, photographs, and drawings and includes an extensive glossary and symptoms index. No other book offers you the concise, in-depth, and practical coverage you will fend in Indoor Air Quality: Sampling Methodologies.
• Provides a practical, easy-to-read, easy-to-reference guide to indoor air quality invasions
• Presents helpful hints that save you rime and money
• Includes sampling and analytical protocols, methods for interpreting results, as well as screening and diagnostic approaches
• Contains more than 150 charts, tables, photographs, and drawings
• Features an extensive glossary and symptoms index