We spend approximately 90% of our time indoors. Whether it is at home or at the office. Mounting research has shown that Indoor Air Quality has surprisingly large effects on us. At 3000 gallons a day, is it really any surprise? Unfortunately, this is a problem that only becomes apparent over the long term. It’s also invisible. We, humans, are terrible at dealing with problems like this. We need urgent, visible problems to act. We have to shine a light by making the invisible, visible. Once we care enough to track IAQ, and we have some understanding of the problem, we can build a plan to stop it.
Healthy Air, Healthy Living
VISUALIZE, MONITOR & CONTROL SOLUTION
Information is key to fight the current COVID-19 pandemic, the more we know, the more we can control. The objective is for the building occupants and guests to see and visualize the air they breathe in a given space. It empowers the occupants to monitor Indoor Air Quality.
Our air cleaning and disinfection solutions will work in the background to ensure that the air in the space is healthy and safe. Constantly good indoor air parameters will provide “Peace of Mind” to the occupants while maintaining a healthy and safe environment for all.
*This award-winning solution was presented at the inaugural CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge, representing Singapore as part of the 6 finalists beating 270 participants worldwide.
REAL-TIME AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT
To know the air you breathe, you need to constantly monitor it 24/7 without fail. Changes in indoor air occur differently based on occupancy, weather conditions, time of day and even on weekends when the air conditioner is off. These factors affect the decisions made by the building management for the recommendation and implementation of various solutions like increasing fresh air supply, automated temperature controllers, air purifiers and sanitizers, or other devices that will help improve the indoor air quality of the space.
The Workplace Safety and Health Council of Singapore has released “Guidelines on the management of IAQ on Buildings“.
Unlike other IAQ testing processes which depend on a single scheduled test to capture data, our “Real-time Air Quality Assessment” method relies on hourly, daily and monthly data sets to ensure the veracity and timely reporting of information to our customers using our proprietary data analytics methodology and a dashboard that is available online via a mobile app or a PC.
With our Real-Time Air Quality Assessment service, ARID Indoor Air Solutions ensures that your establishment is compliant with “Singapore SS554 Standard” for Healthy Indoor Air.
LUMENAIRE UVGI AIR DISINFECTION DEVICE
Lease the LumenAire
OUR DEVICE LEASING OPTION
If purchasing a UV Air Disinfection Device is not in your budget. You can always try our equipment leasing option for the LumenAire BASIC.
It is the most flexible way to keep your indoor air quality clean and virus-free. We have an option of 3, 6 and 12 months with an OTP (Option to Purchase) after the completion of a 12-month lease. Besides the flexibility and affordability of leasing our device, Convenience will be the main reason why you need to rent from us. We offer full technical support during office hours and we will be replacing all the consumables like filters and UVC lamps once it’s defective or has run out of their normal effective life.
METHODOLOGY BASED DESIGN CONSULTANCY
At ARID we are Interior Design and Indoor Air Quality Specialist
Our almost 20+ years of experience in design and construction gave us sufficient knowledge about Air conditioning and Ventilation systems in Singapore. Our expertise in this field has sparked the idea of moving into a new speciality called “Methodology Based Interior Design for better air circulation in confined spaces”.
So what is this Methodology About?
It is an interior design concept focused mainly on airflow, space and comfort to improve indoor air quality naturally. With COVID-19 being part of our everyday lives we are now bound with the idea of being socially distanced, avoid overcrowding and being in an environment where we are more conscious about the presence of air pollutants and airborne pathogens. This new normal gave rise to this methodology.