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wind monitoring station Applications

  • Air quality monitoring solutions for oil and gas facilities industry

    Monitoring the potential escape of pollutant gases from industrial sites can be difficult to achieve due to changing weather conditions, which may require a large number of monitoring stations downwind of the escapes. Due to changing wind speed and direction, plus the large size of many of these sites, the number of monitoring points required to ensure detection of an escape can become cost prohibitive. AQMesh provides a much lower cost solution, allowing many monitoring points to be located around the facility...

    By AQMesh based in Stratford-upon-Avon, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Weather stations for snowmaking applications

    In the business of winter recreation, the weather can become both a friend and a foe. When the conditions just aren’t right for natural snow, snowmaking becomes a great alternative. For snowmaking to be successful, certain conditions must be met. Humidity levels and ambient temperatures affect the wet bulb temperature, super-cooling comes into effect, and evaporation levels must be measured. How are you supposed to measure all these conditions, you ask? Great question. After all, you’re a snow maker,...

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Weather stations for modbus applications

    In the business of winter recreation, the weather can become both a friend and a foe. When the conditions just aren’t right for natural snow, snowmaking becomes a great alternative. For snowmaking to be successful, certain conditions must be met. Humidity levels and ambient temperatures affect the wet bulb temperature, super-cooling comes into effect, and evaporation levels must be measured. How are you supposed to measure all these conditions, you ask? Great question. After all, you’re a snow maker,...

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Weather stations for airport applications

    Do you use a small airport, private landing strip, or small municipal runway? If so, chances are high that the indicators of on-site weather conditions are minimal at best – maybe a windsock, if you’re lucky. While such basic indicators are okay if you’re on the ground, they are simply inadequate if you’re flying in. Weather changes, and after a flying day trip, conditions on the landing site can be significantly different than they were at takeoff. Your safety depends on knowing those...

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

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