Particulate matter is a collective term for very small, suspended solid or liquid particles. Experience has shown that each location has its own characteristic mix of particles. In order to tackle air pollution, every location therefore needs its own strategy.
With an effect research, the extent to which improvement of air quality can be achieved is estimated in advance, based on experience and calculations, whereby local environmental factors, and above all, the predetermined ambition are decisive for the result to be achieved.
With more extensive research, supported by 3D airflow simulations and particulate matter measurements, an optimization is possible that shows a very accurate image of the ideal placement of air purification installations. The effect on the environment can also be made transparent, for example in an urban area.
As a final step, we offer the possibility to carry out effect measurements after installation of the air purification systems. These measurements can serve to validate a simulation or show the difference with measurements taken before the application of the ENS technology.