Today, the degree of industrialization is highly developed. The problem of air environmental quality has gradually attracted people's attention. Testing the air quality has become a demand problem that continues to be solved. The air quality sensor came into being, greatly improving the efficiency of people's air quality inspection work. So, what are the applications of air quality sensors? Next, I will give you a detailed introduction!
What are the applications of air quality sensors?
- Detection of industrial waste gas discharged from factories. Industrial waste gas includes organic waste gas and inorganic waste gas. Industrial waste gas has different remediation methods according to its exhaust air volume, temperature, concentration and its own chemical and physical properties.
- The occupational exposure limit for hazardous substances in the workplace is the exposure limit value for occupational hazardous factors. Refers to the allowable exposure level at which workers have long-term repeated exposure during occupational activities that do not cause acute or chronic health hazards to the body. Occupational exposure limits for chemical factors can be divided into three categories: time-weighted average allowable concentration, maximum allowable concentration and short-term exposure allowable concentration.
- Decoration pollution, air detection in the office
- Boiler atmosphere and industrial kiln detection boiler air pollutants include smoke dust, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides in boiler flue gas, and flue gas blackness. Pollutant emissions mainly come from coal-fired, oil-fired and gas-fired boilers. It also includes the boiler discharge of fuel such as bagasse, sawdust, rice husk, and bark.
What are the characteristics of air quality sensors?
(1) Good selectivity, able to have obvious response characteristics to the measured gas in an environment where multiple gases coexist;
(2) High sensitivity, wide detection range and low detection limit;
(3) The signal response and recovery speed are fast, and the reversibility is good;
(4) Strong anti-electromagnetic interference ability, good reproducibility and stability, and long storage and service life;
(5) Simple structure, low cost, convenient use and maintenance。
What are the applications of air quality sensors? Seeing this, do you have a new understanding of the air quality sensor? Today, the problem of air environmental quality has become increasingly prominent. The quality of the air in the environment is closely related to our human respiratory health. Therefore, in the future, the technological innovation and development of air quality sensors will become more and more popular.