Applications of sensors such as ammonia and hydrogen sulfide

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Odor refers to the odorous substances in the atmosphere, water, soil, waste and other substances. It is perceived by the human olfactory organ through the action of the air medium. A class of nuisance gaseous pollutants that cause unpleasantness and are harmful to human health. The odor usually refers to the odorous gas produced in the process of physical and chemical reactions. All the gaseous substances that stimulate the olfactory organs and cause unpleasantness and damage to the living environment are called malodorous gases.On-line monitoring can be performed using gas monitoring equipment such as ammonia gas sensors and hydrogen sulfide sensors.

Ammonia gas detector
Ammonia gas detector
The role of ammonia sensors and sensors such as hydrogen sulfide

Portable H2S detector, hydrogen sulfide detector. It can be applied to gas storage leak monitoring, pharmaceutical factory, food factory, hospital gas disinfection residue detection, gas generator gas leakage, indoor air gas detection and other scenarios.

Fixed gas detector with stable performance, sensitive and reliable. With high-precision liquid crystal display, explosion-proof housing, diffusion or pump suction. The NH3 detector has the characteristics of flexible use and simple operation. NH3 sensors are used in various gas leakage places. The explosion-proof grade of the NH3 sensor is CT6.