publication . Article . 2017

Assessment of indoor air quality in comparison using air conditioning and fan system in printing premise

Nazirah Ramlan; Siti Nurhalimatul Husna Ahmad; Eeydzah Aminuddin; Hazrul Abdul Hamid; Siti Khalijah Yaman; Abd Halid Abdullah;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: MATEC Web of Conferences, volume 101
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
Printers contribute to various emissions consist with chemical contaminants. High concentration of the particulate matter can cause serious health problems. This study focuses on the indoor air quality in printing premise unit in Universiti Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia. Field testing involving air sampling methods were taken from 900 hours to 1600 hours, for every 30 minutes using physical measurement which is Multi-Channel Air Quality Monitor (YESAIR), E-Sampler and Ozone Meter. Air sampling was recorded based on one sampling point and most suitable point for production. A comparison based on different ventilation using fan and air-conditioning were also taken and...
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free text keywords: lcsh:Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), lcsh:TA1-2040, High concentration, Premise, Air quality index, Statistical analysis, Process engineering, business.industry, business, Indoor air quality, Electrical engineering, Ventilation (architecture), law.invention, law, Air conditioning, Particulates, Engineering
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