Air Quality Ambient Air Quality

Air pollution comes from many different onshore sources e.g. stationary sources such as factories, power plants, smelters, smaller sources such as dry cleaners and degreasing operations, mobile sources such as cars, buses, planes, trucks, and trains and naturally occurring sources such as windblown dust.

These all contribute to air pollution. Air Quality can be affected in many ways by the pollution emitted from these sources.

These pollution sources can emit a wide variety of pollutants. These pollutants are to be monitored to protect Air Quality.

Parameters we analyze include Particulate Matters (PM10 & PM2.5), Sulfur dioxide (SO2), Oxides of Nitrogen(NO, NO2 & NOx), Carbon monoxide (CO), Ozone (O3), etc.

Huta Environment is dedicated to monitor the quality of the air we breathe. We have specific instruments including: Mobile Air Quality Monitoring Stations (Thermo Scientific U.S.), PM10 sampler, PM2.5 sampler, Gaseous Sampling Kit, Portable Air Samplers, etc.

Meteorology

Meteorology is the interdisciplinary scientific study of the atmosphere. Meteorological phenomena are observable weather events which illuminate, and are explained by the science of meteorology. Those events are bound by the variables that exist in Earth's atmosphere; temperature, air pressure, water vapor, and the gradients and interactions of each variable, and how they change in time. Different spatial scales are studied to determine how systems on local, regional, and global levels impact weather and climatology.

Monitoring parameters include Wind speed, wind direction, temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, etc.

Apart from our Davis Weather station, Huta Environment's Mobile air quality monitoring station also has integrated meteorological equipment to observe and record meteorological parameters.

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a term which refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants.

Air pollution comes from many different onshore sources e.g. stationary sources such as factories, power plants, smelters, smaller sources such as dry cleaners and degreasing operations, mobile sources such as cars, buses, planes, trucks, and trains and naturally occurring sources such as windblown dust.

High pollutant concentrations can remain in the air for long periods after some of these activities. So Indoor air quality are to be monitored.

Parameters we analyze includes Particulate Matters (PM10 & PM2.5), Sulfur dixide (SO2), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx), Oxides of carbon (CO & CO2), Methane (CH4), Oxygen, Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), Chlorine, Hydrogen, Hydrogen Cyanide, Ozone (O3), etc.

Huta Environment conducts these monitoring through the use of specific instruments like Crowcon Gas detector and other indoor air quality monitoring equipment.

Combustion Monitoring

Air pollution comes from many different anthropogenic activity such as vehicular emissions, boilers, etc. The combustion process involves release of pollutants through stacks and pollute the air.

There are regulations and standards which limit the emissions of certain pollutants from the vehicles which are specified by the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment. To adhere to the limits, it is required to monitor their emissions frequently.

Higher quantity of emissions can contribute to an increase in ambient air quality of the area and cause for air pollution.

Parameters we analyze includes Flue temperature, Inlet temperature, Pressure, Oxygen, Carbon Monoxide (Standard: H Compensated), Carbon Monoxide (High Range), Nitric Oxide (Standard), Nitric Oxide (Low Range), Nitrogen dioxide, Sulfur dioxide, Carbon dioxide, CO/CO2 ratio, Poison Index, etc.

Huta Environment conduct these monitoring through the use of Combustion Monitoring Kit.

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