Applications for carbon dioxide measurement
Micro-Hybrid: Carbon dioxide, or CO2, is a colourless, odourless gas. Behind the greenhouse gas and its measurement are very many different applications and targeted uses.
Industry: Monitoring the carbon cycle and CO2 emissions in industrial plants can help reduce emissions and comply with environmental regulations.
Bioengineering: The application of CO2 cell incubators in bioengineering allows researchers to cultivate and manipulate cells in a controlled environment to better understand biological processes.
Buildings and air conditioning: Indoor carbon dioxide concentration control is needed to ensure air quality in schools, offices and public buildings. Excessive levels of C02 molecules in the air can cause fatigue, lack of concentration and headaches, and even lead to health problems in the long term.
Medicine: The analysis uses infrared technology to measure the concentration of carbon dioxide in the exhaled air of patients. Real-time measurements are the basis for anaesthetists to take the right measures during surgery.
Agriculture and food production: The measurement optimises the growth of plants and improves storage and transport conditions.