diesel engine
exhaust emissions monitoring

Accurate real time Diesel Particulate Matter monitoring, ensuring a compliant and safe workplace

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If vehicle exhaust emissions are an ongoing concern in your workplace, we can offer a solution. Our cost effective 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, rail industry, warehousing and vehicle handling organisations (car auctions, vehicle repair garages).

Cutting Edge Technology With PM1 & PM2 Monitoring Provides Diesel Particulate Matter Focussed Atmospheric Measurements

Deee Compliance Monitoring

ParticulatesDiesel Particulates

The particulate sensor will detect diesel particulate matter (DPM) as small as 0.3 microns in size using laser light scattering technology. These sensors are uniquely capable of measuring PM1, PM2.5, and PM10 levels, providing data every 5 minutes. This capability is particularly relevant for DPM monitoring, as research indicates that 90% of diesel emission particles are less than 1 micron in size.

Carbon monoxide (CO)Carbon monoxide (CO)

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

Wireless Real-Time Monitoring Data For
Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions

Tailored to specific needs, our offerings include devices suited for both indoor and outdoor environments. These devices deliver live, real-time data accessible via the cloud through our advanced 4G gateway connectivity.

Discover the cutting-edge benefits this technology can offer your organisation. Delve into our case study to explore how it's revolutionising solutions within the railway sector."

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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

2024-03-12

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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