Tag Archives: covid19

CO2 traffic lights rely on Sensirion’s CO2 sensor technology

ISIS IC has chosen Sensirion’s SCD30 CO2 sensor for its CO2 signal lights for classrooms, thus enabling reliable and accurate measurements in schools. The SCD30 is the ideal solution for determining air quality and for applications in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) sector. Scientists have proven that SARS-CoV-2 …

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Trade In, Trade Up – Casella supports air and noise monitoring equipment upgrades with new offer

As employees begin returning to work, maintaining a safe and socially distanced workplace is at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Statistics have shown that 32% of those surveyed were anxious about catching or spreading Covid-19 in their normal workplace.[1] HSE guidelines advise that workers maintain a safe distance of 2m …

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AMETEK Surface Vision partners with PPE manufacturers to help reduce the spread of infection through nonwoven technology

AMETEK Surface Vision is supporting nonwoven material manufacturers as they deliver Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at unprecedented rates. High-quality nonwoven materials are essential for PPE used by frontline workers and the general public, providing critical air permeability while protecting against airborne particles. With nonwoven production lines running at full capacity …

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Sensirion helps fight COVID19 spread with fresh air

Sensirion, the Swiss high-tech company, is proud that the AgeTech company CARU AG, integrates the SCD30 CO2 sensor from Sensirion into its CO2 measuring device “CARU air”. Thanks to the clear and precise measurement of the CO2 sensor, CARU air provides consumers the necessary security of knowing when it is …

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Why indoor air quality is important to minimise the spread of COVID-19

Tenants of serviced offices are starting to ask questions about environmental monitoring in their office spaces. Temperature, humidity, CO2 and ventilation levels are known to have an impact on comfort and even productivity of occupants of an office building. Add in safety concerns about COVID19 transmission in the workplace and …

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COVID-19: Three changes for the engineering industry

Having shown overwhelming resilience in the face of adversity, the manufacturing and engineering sector is one that will be irrevocably changed as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Here Neil Ballinger, head of EMEA at automation equipment supplier EU Automation, looks at three aspects of engineering that will change for the better. …

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Thermal imaging to screen for elevated skin temperature

A thermal imaging camera can be an effective screening device for detecting individuals with an elevated skin temperature. This type of monitoring can provide useful information when used as a screening tool in high-traffic areas to help identify people with an elevated temperature compared to the general population. That individual …

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Business continuity faces ‘fresh challenges’ amid local lockdowns, says Bureau Veritas

With a rising number of cities facing the prospect of a second more localised coronavirus lockdown, UK companies must overcome ‘fresh challenges’ in managing their business continuity, says leading health and safety expert Bureau Veritas. It comes as large swathes of Northern England including Preston, Greater Manchester and Bradford were …

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Electrocomponents continues to invest in global initiatives to support customers and communities during COVID-19

Electrocomponents has been highly focused during the COVID-19 pandemic on supporting the needs of customers, suppliers, employees and communities throughout this period of uncertainty, and on enabling a safe and efficient return to the workplace. Numerous employees across the Group’s businesses in Asia Pacific, EMEA and North America have been …

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Sustaining the new normal

Post COVID-19 predictions can paint a bleak picture for the future of manufacturing. There is no denying that this pandemic has changed the state of industry, but the impact of the crisis has not been all negative. Here, Martyn Williams, managing director at COPA-DATA UK examines how manufacturers can positively …

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