Canines have been used to detect hidden moulds for over 20 years. As one of the added investigative tools of a mould inspector, the dogs are able to pinpoint the location of mould infestations with a 98% rate of accuracy. They have been able to find mould behind fiber walls, wood and concrete. And they are your family friend when not working.
The recording is free to download for all IAQAA members!
Lunch & Learn #3 with Dr Tim Law – Sense and nonsense, science and non-science, around condensation and mould in buildings
Tim Law (PhD) is an Architectural Scientist, and Principal at Archsciences. He is also a lecturer in Built Surveying at Victoria University. His research over recent years has been into the occurrence of condensation in new code-compliant buildings in Tasmania, and the study of mould and its impact on occupant health.
Jack Noonan is the Vice President, Asia Pacific, for the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI). Based in Melbourne, Jack’s role involves leading the technical support, market development and operations across Australia, New Zealand, and, most recently, South East Asia.
Bryon Price is a professional engineer with long and notable experience in building services. He is the Strategic Development Director for the A.G. Coombs Group of Companies.
Watch the recording of our March workshop here!
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