What we offer
We offer the possibility of combined monitoring of pollutants: powders, odors, VOC, NH3 and H2S.
The assessment of air quality is useful in ensuring the protection of the health of the population and the protection of the environment.
This evaluation is conducted through:
– continuous monitoring of the most significant pollutants;
– Creation of a dispersion, transport and processing model for pollutant atmosphere
Pollutants can originate from productive activities, and more generally human, or derive from natural phenomena.
Combined pollutant monitoring is carried out with our product line for air quality, smells and dust monitoring.
How are pollutants classified?
Atmospheric pollutants are classified in:
- Primary: Their presence in the environment comes directly from a specific emission
- Secondary: Their production comes only from transformations of compounds that can be both natural and anthropic; For example, ozone is a typical example of secondary pollutant
There are also pollutants, such as particulate PM10 or PM2.5, whose components can be variable primary and secondary.
What are the benefits?
Healthy air means safeguarding the health of every single citizen and monitoring and, where appropriate, harmful emissions has become a necessity as studies have demonstrated a proven responsibility of the latter in relation to the increase in the incidence of illnesses Respiratory system.