The Right Sensor and Transmitter for your Sector!


Note: The blog below includes information from the Sauermann Group`s Kimo brand. A recognised leader of portable and fixed measurement equipment for over 30 years, Kimo provides a wide range of measuring solutions for pressure, temperature, humidity, air velocity, airflow, gas analysis, air quality, sound level, and other parameters. In 2015, Kimo joined the Sauermann Group. The Group operates two main brands: Sauermann for condensate removal pumps (including accessories and solution kits) and instruments for improving indoor air quality, and Kimo for instruments aimed at measuring and monitoring air parameters.

In a wide variety of sectors, it is important to monitor a combination of parameters regularly. It may be done to protect food items and medicines, ensure manufacturing processes run smoothly, or just to ensure the indoor air quality.

Sensors and transmitters are often used to monitor indoor air quality (IAQ). They are necessary to control the environment and manage and maintaining optimum conditions for storage, production, working, etc.

This often means the proper control of humidity and temperature. For example, high humidity and temperature can cause a variety of problems ranging from unhealthy biological pollutants to the damaging effect of moisture on construction materials. Low humidity can impact peoples` health and cause them to get headaches, irritated eyes, sore throats, dry skin, etc. Usually a 40 to 70 percent humidity reading is considered acceptable. 

Kimo, part of the Sauermann Group, has a range of sensors and transmitters that are ideal instruments for residential, industrial, cleanroom, agrifoods, and medtech sectors.

These devices meet a very high level of cleanroom standardization (ISO 7). Their versatility is a key strength: they are perfectly suitable for many industries, processes, building services, indoor climates, etc.

For example, the 310 range measures combinations of pressure, temperature, humidity, air flow, air velocity, CO, CO2, etc. The range of the parameters, the precision of the measurements, and the alarm systems offer numerous application options.

No matter what sector you work in, there is a sensor/transmitter that is ideal for you!

Transmitters; sensors; Kimo

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