Air Quality Monitoring System Can Be 95% Recycled
Environnement SA has launched the e-Series of air quality analyzers, designed with special consideration to the environmental impacts of the product during its whole lifecycle.
The measurement modules of the e-Series air quality monitoring systems are fitted in closed cell expanded polypropylene foam (EPP) that has outstanding cushioning properties, high strength-to-weight ratio and efficient thermal and electrical insulation, the company says. Components such as tubes, cables, circuit boards or fans are tightly held into various channels and cavities that are molded into the EPP chassis. This simplifies the assembly process and also provide easier access for service and maintenance, or for recycling the product at its end-of-life.
Heavily polluting components have been fully eliminated within the e-series. As an example, the O342e is the 1st ozone analyzer on the market that does not use Mercury lamp as excitation source.
The e-Series is fully compliant with Ecodesign and ROHS directives. As the lifetime energy use and environmental aspects have been taken into account during the conception and design phases, over 95 percent of each analyzer can be recycled, the company says.
The analyzers are very compact, lightweight and have a low carbon footprint: up to 82 percent less than other criteria pollution monitor on the market, the company says.
Engineered with breakthrough technologies, the e-Series achieve a previously unreachable level of autonomy. It also integrates self-diagnosis and a high level of self-operation.
Each analyzer is self-monitored continuously for performance and fault control. It detects early signs of trouble, identifies the service needed and even guides the service operations.
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