Sampling & Testing

Surface SamplingSurface & Air Sampling

Dunbar Services can perform surface swab plus airborne sample tests, checking for mould, fungi & bacteria in:

Dunbar’s calibrated air sampling unit draws a measured quantity of air across a sampling plate which is then analysed for microbial counts plus species identification. Testing is performed at the state’s leading NATA and AQIS certified, independent laboratory.

Dunbar provide a comprehensive report on the findings and recommendations for remediation if necessary.

water sampleSoil & Wastewater

Upon request or as part of a frequency scheduled task Dunbar Services take soil and water samples for analysis to ensure your site is meeting regulatory authority requirements and provide a detailed independent report on contaminate levels.

Where necessary Dunbar work with all stakeholders to perform site decontamination then qualify the outcomes by providing independent analysis for clearances

Indoor Air Quality Assessment

Dunbar Services will attend the agreed locations to conduct an Indoor Air Quality Assessment and provide an in-depth report based on the parameters below. We interpret the results based on the information provided and industry standards to ascertain whether the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is suitable for occupancy at the time of testing as per AS/NZS 3666.2 and DA19 standards.

EVM7 used to conduct indoor air quality assessment The Airmet EVM7 is calibrated equipment designed to measure several different airborne containment’s or air pollutant applications including:

The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) conducted a study over the last 25 years (1975- 2000) and determined that 107 measurable air pollutants, specifically carcinogens, exist in working environments. Combined with the advent of closed windows, modern office buildings and various cleaning solvents, the outcome has been energy efficient buildings and homes which contain levels of carcinogens. At high levels, this is known as “Sick Building Syndrome” and can cause acute effects such as headaches, eye/nose/throat irritation, dry cough or itchy skin, fatigue, and trouble concentrating just to name a few.

Area monitoring or spot checking for high levels of pollutants, such as particulates , VOC’s, and toxins, should be a common practice to ensure good indoor air quality exists in your environment. If poor air quality is determined, engineering controls such as proper air ventilation and the removal of toxic gases, would be put into place in order to provide an adequate working/living environment.


  • 08 9248 1688
  • 08 9248 5988
  • 64 Christable Way
    Landsdale 6065 WA

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