Climatronics remains committed to the needs of our customers and the requirements of the regulatory compliance markets that we serve. We offer a full compliment of test equipment to support field audits and calibration of our sensors and systems. Additionally we maintain a calibrated wind tunnel at our headquarters and offer documented NIST-traceable calibrations on most of our sensors. We have a fully developed and approved quality assurance program which insures the validity and integrity of our calibration...
At the core of Climatronics’ meteorological monitoring systems is a complete complement of weather sensors, components and accessories. These weather sensors cover the range of each variables’ environmental range, and can be provided with a level of accuracy that matches each user’s requirements.
The weather can have a major impact on many industrial processes and operations, both from an operational efficiency and/or safety standpoint. For example, real-time information about ambient atmospheric conditions provides the necessary input data required to make the proper decisions during an industrial emergency involving any type of hazardous material. Depending on the plant type, size and age, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as municipal and state environmental regulatory organizati...
Accurate and rugged weather systems that can be installed quickly and easily are vital for First Responders at HAZMAT spill and Homeland Security response locations. You can depend on Climatronics portable Cameo/Aloha HAZMAT Weather Systems and PARTAC Particulate Profilers to reliably support your command, control and cleanup activities.
Climate change makes for more extreme weather. The main reasons for this are wind and precipitation.That is why an increasing number of meteorological and hydrological monitoring networks are coming together. Global coverage with hydro-meteorological measuring technology is varied. Very old and very modern (new) measuring networks are used for climate monitoring worldwide. And there are still large gaps, for example on the oceans.
Problem: A challenging aspect of drinking water treatment is often predicting or monitoring the changes that occur with incoming water quality. Seasonality, weather events, agricultural practices or upstream discharges can influence the quality of both ground and surface water over time. With multiple variables impacting source waters, monitoring historical trends may not be sufficient to predict raw water changes or detect uncharacteristic events.
Cirrus Environmental can supply a range of noise measurement options for construction and demolition noise applications. These range from handheld sound level meters for taking noise measurements through semi-permanent noise monitors to permanently installed noise monitoring systems, all designed to be fully weather protected for reliable long term operation.