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How do you know if your indoor air is infected with bacteria?

Bacteria are very tiny microscopic organisms that can barely be seen with the naked eye. These microbes in general are essential for living in our natural environment. They can be found in the air, on our skin and on our food. However, some can be very hazardous and even deadly. Certain disease causing bacteria are responsible for the numerous ailments in the world today. They include Escherichia Coli (E.Coli), Streptococcus Pyogenes, Vibrio Cholerae, Salmonella Typhi and Enteritis Salmonella. Ulcer, typhoid, dysentery, pneumonia, skin infections and cholera are just a few of the common diseases caused by these pathogenic bacteria. These microorganisms if left unchecked can result in a lot of inconveniences and death. Conducting a regular air testing can help in reducing the tendency of having your indoor air polluted with poisonous bacteria..

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A petrie dish showing the existence of bacteria in the indoor environment


Knowing whether your indoor air has a high concentration of bacteria by testing the air prior to disinfection is by far very necessary. Bacteria Air Test gives you the opportunity to choose the appropriate form of indoor air decontamination.

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The NEQTIQ Bacteria Air Testing Kit helps identify airborne bacteria. This bacteria air test kit is handy and affordable. It gives you an indicative result for bacteria population in your indoor air. This indoor air quality testing kit is ideal for testing the air in your work place, home, restaurant and any indoor space.

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Filed under: Articles | Posted on September 11th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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