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Indoor Air Quality Fungal Culture Screen Check

Indoor Air Quality Fungal Culture Screen Check
Item# Fungal-Culture-Screen-Check
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Fungal Culture Screen Check A Revolutionary indoor air quality test kit That Helps Identify Indoor Air Contaminants

Identifies and Provides Concentration Levels for Fungi.

Quick and Easy to Use (easy to follow instructions included)

Includes Sample Collection Device for 1 surface sampling location

Includes AIHA Accredited Lab Analysis for Fungi emailed in PDF Format in 10-14 Days

Same Samples Used by Professionals

Molds are types of fungi. They grow in the natural environment. Tiny particles of molds are found everywhere in indoor and outdoor air. In nature, molds help break down dead materials, and can be found growing on soil, foods, plants and other items. Molds are also very common in buildings and homes. Mold needs moisture to grow. Indoors, mold growth can be found where humidity levels are high, like basements and showers. Molds produce microscopic cells called "spores" that are spread easily through the air. Spores can also be spread by water and insects. Live spores act like seeds, forming new mold colonies when they find the right conditions. It may cause severe health and hygiene problems to building occupants. Fungal Culture Screen Check provides the necessary tool to assist in identifying, as well as providing concentration levels of fungi by using a swab culture technique (Bio- Vial).

Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab), which is accredited by the American Industrial Hygiene Society (AIHA), will provide a final report. Concentration levels of fungi are reported in Colony Forming Units (CFU), and are compared to what is considered to be normal.

Once EDLab receives the Bio-Vial sample for analysis, your lab report will be generated and emailed within 10-14 days.

Common Symptoms to look for:

Nasal and sinus irritation or congestion, dry hacking cough, wheezing, skin rashes, burning, watery or reddened eyes, hay-fever-like symptoms, shortness of breath, headaches, etc.

Who Should Use Fungal Culture Screen Check (FCSC)?



School and Plant Operators

Industrial Hygienists


Building Maintenance Supervisors

Test and Balance Professionals

Real Estate Professionals

Insurance Claim Adjusters

• Physicians

Occupational Health and Safety Professionals

Features of the Fungal Culture Screen Check (FCSC):

Identifies Fungal Organisms in colony forming units

Quick and Easy -Includes Sample Collection Device

Complete Instructions with Chain of Custody

Includes AIHA Accredited Lab Analysis

Free Lab Shipping

Same Samples Used by Professionals

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