diesel engine
exhaust emissions monitoring

Accurate DEEE monitoring, ensuring a compliant and safe workplace


If vehicle exhaust emissions are an ongoing concern in your workplace, we can offer a solution. Our DEEE monitoring devices are designed to detect the most significant target contaminants associated with this type of exposure.

Our occupational hygiene technicians will install and setup the devices at your site, as well as providing an ongoing monthly consultancy overview of the data along with an annual maintenance/ calibration service.

Typical scenarios that might benefit from this type of technology include buildings close to high traffic areas (schools, offices) RORO ferries, warehousing and vehicle handling organisations (car auctions, vehicle repair garages).

Ongoing Accurate DEEE Compliance Monitoring,
Ensuring A Compliant And Safe Workplace

Deee Compliance Monitoring


The particulate sensor will detect DEEE soot levels as small as 1 micron in size using laser light scattering technology.

Carbon monoxide (CO)Carbon monoxide (CO)

The MEMS based carbon monoxide sensor has a resolution of 1ppm.

Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)Volatile organic compounds (VOC’s)

The levels of total volatile organic compounds are detected using a photo ionisation sensor capable of achieving a resolution of 0.1 ppm.

Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)

Fuel cell sensor technology achieves detection levels for NO2 as low as 50 ppb.

Wireless Real-Time Monitoring Data For
Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions

Depending on the application we are able to offer devices for internal or external environments that will detect all four targets simultaneously, providing real-time data that can be accessed live on the cloud using ethernet or 4G connectivity.


Knowledge Centre Article

Expand your knowledge on this topic by reading our informative article

Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions - The Complete Guide
Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions - The Complete Guide


Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions (DEEE's) contain a complex mixture of gases, vapours, liquid aerosols and particulate substances. You may be exposed to diesel fumes if you work where diesel operated heavy vehicles are being used, or where motor vehicles are generating diesel fumes such as when coming into and out of car parks or when passing toll booths. You may also be exposed to diesel fumes if you are working in tunnels or on construction sites where diesel operated stationary power sources are being used.

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