Industrial safety and process control applications often require exposure to volatile, tough environments. You could be dealing with extremes of pressure, temperature and relative humidity. Or you may need to control CO2 levels to optimize various processes. With increasing legislation in many applications, protecting those working in these potentially hazardous conditions is also becoming a fundamental requirement.
Our sensors are robust enough to accurately measure CO2 in tough environments, as an integral part of your industrial safety system. The sensors are built to endure changes and extremes in pressure, temperature, and relative humidity. You can measure up to 100% CO2 concentration, even in high vibration, volatile environments. So if you need reliable performance in demanding conditions, you’ve come to the right manufacturer.
Wireless industrial safety systems are now a reality, since our sensors are low power enough to be battery operated. Your system could even be a portable, handheld or wearable instrument, as our miniature sensors fit inside very compact products.
Our solid-state sensors for testing safe CO2 levels indoors, as well as outdoors have been successfully used in industrial safety and process control markets for many years. Typical applications we’ve supplied include: flue gas analyzers and other measurement instrumentation; leak detection; biogas testing; incubators; solutions for IoT (Internet of Things) projects; and refrigeration. Then there’s the more weird and wonderful applications we’ve done, such as CO2 sensors for wine production, and military diving.
Typically, we would recommend our ExplorIR® range of CO2 sensors for use in harsh industrial safety applications. ExplorIR® sensors reliably measure CO2 levels in harsh environments, up to 100% concentration. This includes being exposed to pressure changes and vibration. Please see our ExplorIR® sensors here.
The exact sensor required depends on what you want to use it for, the operating conditions, and any special features desired. If the ExplorIR® sensors do not meet your requirements, you can use our product selector to specify your exact requirements. Alternatively, please contact us and we can recommend the best solution for your project.