TakeAirLabs

R&D Biotech solutions for IEQ

TakeAir Labs strives to strengthen the overall knowledge of creating sustainable and healthy indoor environments.

By addressing research, academic, policy and contemporary issues, we create a network of information and expertise in tackling future and current endeavors.

About TakeAirLabs

TAL focusses on,

  • Biological air treatments for indoor environments.
  • Recreating ecological process from nature to benefit indoor habitats.
  • Supporting immunity systems and suppressing potential airborne contamination by improving the indoor biosphere.

The goal is to bring rebalanced air indoors and thus grow towards a more suitable environment for humans. TakeAirLabs includes in its scope different internal and external elements impacting indoor air quality (IAQ).

Continuously more strict building regulations force buildings to breathe in energy-efficient ways. This also means that creating a balanced climate can be challenging and requires critical thought. Global pandemics and health crises challenge us to rethink what a healthy indoor climate looks like and how it should operate. Acknowledging external influences on the indoor climate such as pollution and smog, we embark on a search for innovative solutions to tackling these global problems. We welcome like-minded people that see the importance of a qualitative indoor space and its health and societal potential for sustainable and environmental technologies.

TakeAirLabs certificate program for microbial and technical excellence

The TAL Certificate '21 program addresses the fundamental issues that determine the health of your building. The goal is combining excellent technical performance for your ventilation system, and a resilient and highly adaptable microbial indoor diversity. We present a promote and protect strategy to combat indoor pollutants such as viral pathogens.

When combatting airborne particles a source reduction strategy is becoming a minimum requirement. Offering an inclusive solution for everyone in your building will determine the success of your strategy. TakeAirLabs delivers a strong foundation to transform your ventilation system from necessity to competitive advantage.

Priorities

Core activities of TAL today consist of:

  • R&D on aerosol and microbial movement for IAQ
  • Microbiological IAQ certification
  • Connecting strategic partnerships
  • Policy work and networking

Other topics are:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Sustainable Development Goals
  • The societal impact of air contamination
  • The impact of a global health crisis on ventilation systems

Background

TakeAirLabs (TAL) is an independent biotechnological company that is responsible for the R&D for the Biospheric Air Treatment system of TakeAir.

Within TakeAir, the necessity grew to expand its operations regarding research and policy. The purpose is to strengthen its position in the scientific community, the political field and to improve the public's understanding of healthy and sustainable environments. The urgency to create indoor environments that are beneficial for humanity is more pressing than ever. It is time to create buildings that have a favourable indoor biosphere, support your immune system and suppress potential airborne contamination.

The TakeAir team shares a passion for the indoor climate. Alongside the core team stands a strong network of collaborating laboratories, researchers, examinators, investors and believers. This community is ever experimenting, learning and evolving. We gladly welcome like-minded people that see the importance of a qualitative indoor space!

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News

PropTech Lab Belgium

PropTech Lab is the Belgian community of Innovators in the real estate value chain. Our mission is to foster innovations in construction and real estate, and to ease the digital transformation of the industry.

Industrial advisory board Smart Ventilation

TAL joins the Industrial advisory committee: ‚Äč"Towards Smart Ventilation in Mid-sized buildings" project. We aim to meet the needs by developing a performance-based method that approaches the design of Smart Ventilation systems as a whole, driven by performance assessment and optimization during the whole life-cycle of the system. We want to improve the energy efficiency of buildings and their systems, to achieve a decarbonised EU building stock.

Healthy Buildings America 2021

It is with a great sense of achievement we announce being officially selected for the Healthy Buildings America 2021 Conference in Hawaii, Honolulu.