Tag Archives: monitoring

Rotronic supports global petition 40to60RH

Using scientific findings as a basis, a global petition asks the World Health Organization (WHO) to prescribe a humidity level of 40-60 %RH to reduce respiratory infections. Rotronic has declared its support for this petition as persuasive scientific findings show that a medium air humidity benefits human health considerably. In …

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Casella supports those returning to work with environmental hazard monitoring equipment upgrades

Workers or employees worldwide are returning to workplaces that are very different to the ones they left when lockdown started. The effect that Covid-19 has had on industry is only just beginning to become fully understood, but companies are prioritising the introduction of social distancing and new hygiene measures, remote …

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COMlog 2 measures rainfall events for waste water specialists, OnSite

To ensure sewer systems are operating effectively, and to reduce the risks of blockages, water companies often carry out flow surveys within their networks. A flow survey will indicate how the sewer is performing day-to- day, as well as how it copes with the added water from rainfall events. During …

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Vaisala takes its world-leading humidity measurements to the cloud

Vaisala has introduced a new cloud-based Vaisala Jade Smart Cloud system for professionals who want to access high-quality measurement data anywhere, at any time. The data can be viewed on the go; on a mobile device, such as mobile phone or tablet, and on a pc or laptop. The Jade …

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Visual inspection in nuclear environments

Resolve Optics has reported on how its non-browning lenses are helping a specialist camera manufacturer to supply a turnkey solution for monitoring remote operations in high radiation environments. For the high radiation environments experienced in Nuclear Power stations, Nuclear fuel recycling plant and high energy physics facilities, conventional TV cameras …

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TEL promotes lab sustainability in British Science Week

A specialist UK manufacturer of energy-efficient electronic airflow controls and monitors is using British Science Week to promote environmental sustainability in laboratories in order to help combat the environment and climate emergency. TEL’s energy-efficient products are critical to the respiratory protection of laboratory workers worldwide, enabling customers to sustainably comply …

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Environmental monitoring from the International Space Station

Optical Surfaces has reported how a motorised UV-Vis-NIR collimator and interferometric alignment system it supplied to the Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) in Berlin, Germany has been used to set-up the ground breaking DLR Earth Sensing Imaging Spectrometer (DESIS). On 23 October 2019, DLR the renowned German Aerospace Center, and …

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Ion Science highlights importance of mercury contamination monitoring

Ion Science is highlighting the suitability of its ergonomically designed Mercury Vapour Indicator (MVI) for rapid and reliable mercury detection during decommissioning, demolition, repurposing or refurbishment of industrial plant, laboratories and other premises. Environmental pressures and subsequent legislation to control hazardous substances has resulted in a sharp decline in the …

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Ion Science instrument used for monitoring VOCs at Guernsey waste transfer station

Guernsey’s States Works is using an Ion Science TigerLT handheld photoionisation detector (PID) to measure volatile organic compounds (VOCs) being emitted from an odour control system installed at Guernsey’s waste transfer station. Supplied by distributor Shawcity and chosen for its portability, high detection rates and range of response factors, the instrument is …

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Temperature, humidity, moisture and differential pressure instrumentation

Rotronic is a leading manufacturer of temperature, humidity, differential pressure and CO2 instrumentation Rotronic products are specified throughout industry for the reliable measurement and control of processes; together with environmental monitoring. They are also installed in buildings of all types, research organisations, test houses and leisure facilities. High accuracy measurement, …

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