Gas transmitter, as the name suggests, is a device that converts data of gas concentration into information that can be used by personnel, instruments, computers, etc. All kinds of gas transmitter equipment collect gas samples through the probe, and then convert the gas volume fraction into the corresponding electrical signal to achieve the purpose of detection.
In the market, the application demand of gas transmitters is growing. According to the calculation, the average annual compound growth rate of gas transmitters from 2016 to 2021 has been maintained at about 7.3%. In 2020, the scale of China's transmitter market will be 187.8 billion yuan, and the gas transmitter industry share alone reaches 1/3, totaling more than 60 billion yuan. Since the gas transmitter occupies such a high market share, how is its application prospect in the future?
1. Harmful gas detection in newly decorated houses
More than 90% of the newly decorated houses have harmful gases which seriously exceed the standard. Take formaldehyde as an example: after the decoration of many new houses, the concentration of formaldehyde is more than 2.5ppm, and for some of them, the concentration of formaldehyde is even more than 10ppm.
At home, people can install formaldehyde transmitters, VOC transmitters and air quality transmitters to detect volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde, benzene and toluene independently. Then through the linkage with air conditioning, air purifier and other equipment, it can achieve the purpose of combining the new house pollution detection and treatment to create a comfortable living environment.
2. Air quality monitoring inside the car
The pollution source of automobile interior mainly comes from the volatiles of decorative materials, such as formaldehyde, xylene, benzene. Through the installation of formaldehyde transmitter, carbon monoxide transmitter and PM2.5 transmitter, it can not only monitor the harmful gas, but also the concentration of carbon monoxide in the car, to play a role of safety warning and reminder and prevent the tragedy.
3. Air quality monitoring in office
Modern people live and work indoors about 80% of the time every day. Indoor and outdoor ventilation opportunities are greatly reduced. A large number of international research results show that indoor air pollution can cause Pathogenic Building Syndrome (BBS), including headache, eye, nose and throat discomfort, dry cough, dry itchy skin, dizziness, nausea, difficulty in concentration and odor sensitivity. Building Related Illness (BRI) is characterized by cough, chest tightness, fever, chills and muscle pain. In view of this, it is necessary to install gas transmitters indoors. As one of the most professional industrial instrumentation suppliers, Feejoy is ready to provide equipment to meet your need.
By installing gas transmitters, we can monitor PM2.5, PM10, temperature and humidity, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, VOC, ammonia, oxygen and other substances to remind us to pay attention to pollution prevention.