Applications for Climate
Applications for W&T Climate Solutions
There are many situations in which it is not possible or would be very expensive to connect devices to an existing network by cable:
The wide availability of the Internet opens up new possibilities in visualization of measurements and automation data. Whereas before all objects in a visualization had to come from the same source, today it’s easy to link content from third parties into your own application.
The NAGIOS software running on Linux/Unix operating systems makes it possible to monitor complex IT structures. With the help of the following example Web-Thermographs can also be incorporated into the system.
The monitoring of refrigerators, incubators or climatic chambers in many laboratories is still done by hand: Personnel effort, gaps in the monitoring, subsequent error detection instead of real-time alerting to mitigate damage and discussions in Q-Audits are the result.
What are VOCs and where do they come from?
The English abbreviation "VOC" (Volatile Organic Compounds) stands for volatile organic compounds, which are present in the air in gaseous or condensed form at room temperature.
Many solvents, liquid fuels and synthetically produced substances may be present as VOCs, but also many organic compounds which are formed in biological processes. Humans and animals release VOCs through breathing or directly from the skin.