Ever stricter environmental regulations and rising fuel prices are forcing companies to operate their incineration plants with as few pollutants as possible. The smartGAS gas sensors for measuring emissions provide optimum support, as they detect even the lowest concentrations of CO, CO2, SO2 and hydrocarbons such as CH4. Plant operators benefit from lower running costs and significantly more efficient operation.
Coolants for refrigeration and air-conditioning systems are not only expensive, their high global warming potential (GWP) often also has a significant effect on the environment. Refrigeration and air-conditioning systems must therefore be constantly monitored for leaks. smartGAS is now launching four new refrigerant sensors from the BASIC EVO series that not only measure very accurately but also reduce operating costs for system operators.
Containers with sensitive goods are fumigated before shipping to prevent insect infestation. With the high-precision SO2F2 sensors from smartGAS, the fumigant can be precisely dosed. The company has now developed a sensor with a measuring range of 4 Vol.-% especially for the European and North American markets.
Sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) is often used to insulate high-voltage installations, but is also the most harmful greenhouse gas. smartGAS has developed two new SF6 sensor types to detect and eliminate leaks even earlier than before. They already detect significantly lower gas concentrations than their predecessors.