H2s gas detector can be used to monitor the long term existence of toxic and harmful gases such as hydrogen sulfide in aquaculture sites.
In recent years, with the continuous improvement of people's living standards. Meat food has become one of the important foods that are common in our lives. And people's awareness of food safety and health is gradually increasing. People are concerned about the safety of meat food. Quality issues have also become increasingly concerned. This also makes those who want to build agricultural brands. Animal husbandry companies that improve product quality. Focus on wisdom breeding.
At present, the problems faced by the traditional aquaculture industry are mainly reflected in the following aspects:
1.The inspection method is backward. Mainly rely on manual detection, which takes a long time. And more subjective, the data may be inaccurate.
2.The control is difficult. Without the means of intelligent control, there is a high probability of personnel misoperation.
3. The farm lacks data statistics and management methods such as environmental monitoring. Relying on experience to control the environment can easily cause large errors.
Among them, how to monitor the harmful gases produced in the breeding environment is a very important issue.
Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless but odorous toxic gas. Its main production or occurrence comes from natural gas, volcanic eruptions, biogas and animal breeding farms. (Generally speaking, hydrogen sulfide gas is formed by the decomposition of organic sulfides in farm waste by bacteria under anaerobic conditions.)
Hydrogen sulfide can combine with iron in human heme. It will cause heme to lose its ability to bind oxygen and further cause tissue hypoxia and necrosis. If there is a low concentration of hydrogen sulfide for a long time, the animal's physique will become weak. The resistance is reduced, which leads to slower growth of the animal. Hydrogen sulfide gas can also reduce the production capacity of animals, so it is very necessary to monitor the hydrogen sulfide gas in the breeding environment.