Our colleague Sonja Förch has always an eye for important details and we would like to introduce her to you here in the column "Three questions for ...". It is dedicated to the people who stand behind smartGAS and give their best every day.
What do historic church roofs and containers have in common with wooden products? They are a ready-made meal for wood-damaging insects. One of the most common countermeasures is fumigation, for example with the odourless and colourless sulphuryldifluoride (SO2F2), or with methyl bromide (CH3Br). NDIR sensors from smartGAS play a decisive role here.
The non-dispersive infrared sensors (NDIR) from smartGAS combine measurement accura-cy with compact design and easy handling. With a diffusion sensor for room air monitoring up to 200 ppm and an analytical sensor for leak detection up to 5,000 ppm, smartGAS is ex-panding its portfolio for measuring sulphur hexafluoride in gas-insulated high power systems.
smartGAS and Gas Detection Australia Pty Ltd will be working together from 1 July 2021. In this way, the companies intend to strategically expand their existing business relationship and supply various segments of the Australian market with their innovative gas measurement solutions.
The new smartGAS Calibration Tool is available: From now on the software offers even more features and can be used directly. The tool is now available free of charge without a license key for a period of time directly after downloading.