Welcome to SESA, a leading provider of Safety & Environmental Services in Australia. We specialize in Sample Analysis for Microscopic Particle Identification and Characterization, offering comprehensive assessments to identify and analyse those particles in various environments.
Microscopic dust particles in the indoor environment can include fibres (organic, synthetic), skin cell fragments, fungal particles, pollen, mites, mineral soil particles (eg. silica), combustion particles (soot), tyre particles, construction dust, food powders (eg. flour, starch, etc.).
The most common surface dust particles in homes include fiber from clothing, skin cell fragments, and paper fiber. The proportion of each of these particles vary from place to another. Fungal particles and pollen enter the indoor space from outdoor and settle on surfaces. If elevated moisture or damp conditions prevail in the dwelling, mould growth occur with increase in mites and become a health problem. Most specices of mites are considered allergens to many individuals. Combustion products in homes include soot from burning candles, fireplaces, furnaces, smoking, stoves, cooking, vehicle emissions, house fires and other sources. Construction debris may be from renovation or the original construction of the dwelling. A number of particles in the home can be irritants and could cause a health risk to occupants.
With our state-of-the-art laboratory, experienced professionals, and commitment to excellence, we can perform microscopic analysis of surface and airborne particles to identify and characterise those particles and evaluate the potential health risk from exposure to them so you can effectively manage dust-related issues.
Find out what particles in your indoor environment that may be causing health problems.
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