The process of odour removal. There are four principles for effective, permanent deodorization: 1. Remove the primary source (debris, char, heavily contaminated items or surfaces) 2. Clean all surfaces exposed to direct contamination. 3. Apply odour counteractants. 4. Condition the air
DEPRECIATED VALUE (INDEMNITY VALUE)
The value remaining after deduction for depreciation.
A deduction from replacement cost to reflect the lessened value from age, use, wear and tear, obsolescence, or other departure from pristine condition.
A condition that occurs when air pressure inside a structure is lower than air pressure outside.
Adverse effects resulting from skin exposure to a substance.
Inflammation of the skin.
A chemical agent that absorbs moisture (e.g., lithium chloride, silica gel). see _dehumidification and dehumidifier_
Water-damaged or contaminated work areas where contaminated contents are cleaned or handled, and where personnel working therein must have appropriate training, instruction and personal protective equipment.
The application of test procedures which damage or destroy the subject tested.
The ability to clean or remove soiling.