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Why do we measure Carbon Dioxide in buildings?

Carbon dioxide, also called CO2, is a colorless, odorless gas. You may have also seen carbon dioxide in its solid form through dry ice. As CO2 heats up, it goes right from solid to gas, so you can’t see liquid carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a greenhouse gas. This means that it causes an…

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Particulate Matter – Air Pollutant

Particle pollution — also called particulate matter (PM) — is made up of particles (tiny pieces) of solids or liquids that are in the air. These particles may include dust, dirt, soot, smoke, drops of liquid. Some particles are big enough (or appear dark enough) to see — for example, you can often see smoke…

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Condensation – Why do we need to detect it?

Condensation is what happens when water vapour changes from a gaseous to a liquid state. Condensation occurs when warmer moist air comes in contact with cold surfaces such as framing members, windows and other accessories, or the colder region within the insulation envelope (if moisture has penetrated the vapour retarder). Warm air, having the ability…

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Temperature, Humidity and Pressure in Cleanrooms

A cleanroom is an engineered space, which maintains a very low concentration of airborne particulates. It is well isolated, well-controlled from contamination, and actively cleansed. Cleanrooms are an important part of any laboratory — compared to the ambient outdoor air in urban areas, which contain 35 million particles per cubic meter, cleanroom environments offer just…

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What is Humidity and why is Indoor Relative Humidity important?

Humidity is the amount of water vapour in the atmosphere. Water vapour enters the atmosphere by evaporating from large bodies of water on the Earth’s surface such as lakes, oceans and seas. There are several ways to measure Humidity, but it is most often measured in terms of Absolute Humidity (AH), Relative Humidity (RH) and…

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GH SERIES – GREENHOUSE/ HORTICULTURE SENSOR

  Greenhouses are indoor horticulture facilities that are optimized for growing certain crops. During flowering stage, high-wattage lights are needed which produce a significant amount of waste heat. Plants are watered frequently, and the soil medium is moist, so the heat from lights causes water to evaporate. Plants also naturally transpire. Consequently, the amount of…

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Bemsiq Acquisition – Press Release

October 8th, 2021 Greystone Energy Systems Inc – A Message to our Customers and Suppliers – Bemsiq Acquisition Dear Valued Partner, It is my great pleasure to inform you that on September 29th, 2021, Greystone Energy Systems Inc. and our international subsidiaries were acquired by Bemsiq. Bemsiq is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Investment AB Latour…

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