During excavation, crushing and demolition, dust particles occur which are detrimental to health. Operation of trains, subways, buses, trucks and other vehicles will also give rise to harmful particles. Environmental monitoring is a crucial part of our society and is performed within many construction and infrastructure projects. Making sure that nearby buildings are protected, and residents are comfortable, is a best practice in the industry.
The measurement perfomed by the dust monitor is based on a very well established and safe technology. The INFRA X20DM2 has a built-in pump that draws in air to a calibrated laser based refraction detector. Output is digital and is transmitted directly to a connected INFRA data logger. This provides a continuous measurement with the opportunity to identify the level of particle concentration.
The INFRA X20DM2 offers a rugged design and is designed for long service life in harsh conditions. It has long term stability and operates in temperatures from -5 °C to +40 °C (23 to 104 °F)
Quick and easy set-up
The sensor is easily mounted and installed on your worksite. After installation, the INFRA system’s extremely easy-to-use interface allows to start instantly and effectively monitoring. In INFRA Net you can adjust settings and view all of your data.
Manage your project remotely via your computer or mobile device via INFRA Net, our internet-based system for project administration. In INFRA, you will find a rugged and reliable monitoring system, helping the users reduce travel costs and increase efficiency. Project alerts can be received by key project personnel at designated measurement thresholds. Data can be analyzed, and reports generated as required for any project.
To invest in Sigicom’s monitoring equipment is a wise and future-proof investment. INFRA sensors are preloaded with many measurement standards, providing compliance for use on projects all over the world. Download the INFRA X20DM2 datasheet for more information. Contact us to find out if INFRA can be used on your project.