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carbon monoxide measurement Applications

  • Air Monitoring

    The recent COP 21 meeting reexposed the need for global coordination to monitor Green House Gases (GHG) as well as emissions of ChloroFluoroCarbons (CFC). Networks of sensors have been deployed over the Earth to measure concentration of gases such as methane, carbon monoxide, ethane, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, nitrogen oxide and dioxide (NOx)… Such task requires instrument with not only ultra high accuracy but also ultra high precision. Our QCNose Instruments have been designed for such operations...

    By Aerovia based in Reims Cedex 2, FRANCE.

  • CO2 / CO Monitoring in Air

    CO (carbon monoxide) and CO2 (carbon dioxide) are generally measured to ensure process control. CO2 is the desired product and CO is undesired in combustion since it will explode in high enough concentrations. CO2 and CO concentrations can also be used to determine other process-specific efficiencies. Continuous emissions monitoring equipment that can be calibrated as a CO and CO2 analyzer is thereby essential for process control.

    By Unisearch Associates Inc. based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Gas Sensing for Horticulture

    Controlled Environment Horticulture is a vast topic, and has been utilised in varying forms for centuries. Excavations of the city of Pompeii showed remains of early greenhouses dating back to AD79; and the modern greenhouses are thought to originate in the thirteenth century in Italy. Most people recognise the use of greenhouses for growing flowers and vegetables, whether in their own garden, at garden centres or on a commercial basis. Indeed most people will be conversant with irrigation systems that are used...

    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd - a division of Edinburgh Instruments based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Carbon Monoxide (CO) monitoring

    Carbon monoxide poisoning is the most common type of fatal poisoning in many industrialized countries. Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odorless and tasteless gas caused by the incomplete combustion of hydrocarbon fuels. Carbon monoxide is a toxic gas to the human body, when inhaled it binds to hemoglobin, myoglobin, and mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase reducing oxygen storage, transport and respiration in these organelles.

    By Ecotech - ACOEM Group based in Knoxfield, AUSTRALIA.

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