For an indoor car park, carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide are the most relevant air pollutants. Carbon monoxide blocks the absorption of oxygen may lead to dizziness and unconsciousness while nitrogen dioxide affects the lungs may lead to breathing difficulties and may cause long term damage to the lungs. The monitoring of air quality is essential to determine whether the air in the car park is fit for breathing or otherwise.
With our extensive knowledge and experience, while basing on Environmental Protection Department (EPD) requirements, J&J provides design in building management and monitoring systems in car parks to ensure the air quality is at the safety level. We also provide monitoring equipment and conduct pre-deployment testing to further ensure safety audits. Our Expertise has been helping the designers and engineers to deliver innovative and sustainable design that reinvent the car park environment.