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Date 16/11/2021
Monitoring a correct fresh air flow
Monitoring a correct fresh air flow The Sentera DPS differential pressure sensor guarantees the display of the actual and real air flow rate in function of the occupancy rate of a room or building >>>
Date 15/11/2021
How to find the right CO2 sensor for your project?
How to find the right CO2 sensor for your project? Given the current circumstances (Corona virus, polluted air, ...), monitoring indoor air quality is strongly encouraged. CO2 meters are particularly suitable for controlling a ventilation system because they indicate whether there is sufficient fresh air in the room. Suddenly you can buy CO2 meters on every street corner. They are available in different price categories, sizes, types, etc. How do you select the right CO2 sensor for your project? >>>
Date 04/11/2021
One ventilation system controlled by 6 different CO2 sensors
One ventilation system controlled by 6 different CO2 sensors A specific version of the RDCV9-AD is available especially for the Sentera CO2 sensors that can read up to 6 sensors >>>
Date 12/10/2021
We are what we breathe
We are what we breathe CO2 and VOCs are generally known as 2 factors that contaminate the air that we breathe. Now studies find that yet another substance, hazardous to our health, moves about airborne: toxic ‘forever chemicals’ or PFAS. >>>
Date 13/09/2021
How to guarantee sufficient fresh air supply in existing buildings?
How to guarantee sufficient fresh air supply in existing buildings? Sufficient fresh air supply is not only important for the feeling of well-being and for optimal functioning - it is also essential for your health. In closed indoor spaces, sufficient ventilation is necessary to minimise the risk of spreading the Coronavirus. Providing ventilation in existing buildings is, however, not always easy. Therefore exhaust ventilation can be a good solution in many cases. >>>