Different Types of Environmental Monitoring
The reasons behind most environmental monitoring requirements are either due to regulation or waste reduction. This could translate to millions of dollars worth of priceless and irreplaceable historic artifacts or laboratory research. However, each application may require different types of environmental monitoring requirements. In this blog, we aim to give you some advice on which type of monitoring will best suit your needs.
Environmental monitoring has a critical role in ensuring those assets are kept in optimal condition and this can be achieved many ways, including:
|Measurement Types||Typical Applications|
|Temperature Monitoring||Refrigerators, Freezers, Cookers, Chillers, Ambient room, Cryogenic|
|Humidity Monitoring||Ambient Room, Dry Storage|
|CO2||Air Quality, Lab Incubators|
|Differential Pressure||Air Flow / Pressure in critically controlled areas such as Operating Theaters|
|Light / UV||LUX and UV levels for Food Storage, Heritage Artifacts and Laboratory Research|
|Leak and Flood||Building Maintenance|
|Gas, Water and Electricity||Facilities Management|
It is important to ensure you purchase a system that can adapt as your business requirements change or grow. One system that can provide a futureproof monitoring solution can save you thousands of dollars in the long-term.
Hanwell systems have been established within multiple industries, monitoring multiple applications. Why not contact us today to discuss your application and our industry professionals will happily provide advice on the most suitable and cost-effective solution, a free quotation and completely without obligation.