Data on Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in kindergartens with different surrounding activities

Samsuri Abdullah, Farah Fasihah Abd Hamid, Marzuki Ismail, Ali Najah Ahmed, Wan Nurdiyana Wan Mansor

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Abstract

The aim of the measurement of this data is to evaluate the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in terms of chemical and physical parameters. Data were collected at three different kindergartens having different surrounding activities (industrial, institutional, residential area). The chemical parameters measured were respirable suspended particulates of PM10, PM2.5, PM1, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide, and the concentrations are within the acceptable limit. Physical parameters of wind speed are within the standard, while temperature and relative humidity exceeded the acceptable limit. A strong correlation was found between the chemical IAQ parameters with thermal comfort parameters (temperature and relative humidity). The concentration of IAQ pollutants is higher in order of residential > institutional > industrial.

Original languageEnglish
Article number103969
JournalData in Brief
Volume25
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2019

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