Tunnel Sensors News

Acoem Tunnel Sensors – New training facility

We are very pleased to announce that our new Tunnel Sensors training facility is up and running and open to all our customers, colleagues, and partners across the world. We’re able to provide hands-on installation, commissioning, calibration, service and maintenance training for our entire product range. Our training wall area has been designed to allow …

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Acoem Tunnel Sensors Exhibiting in Graz Austria – 9th & 10th May.

Acoem will be exhibiting its range of Tunnel Sensors at this year’s Tunnel Safety and Ventilation Conference in Graz, Austria on the 9th and 10th of May. https://www.tunnel-graz.at/ Johann Loesl  (Acoem GmbH) and Colin Edge (Acoem Tunnel Sensors) will be available during the 2 day event to discuss our product range and how we can help …

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Which Toxic Gases Are You Measuring?

While modern, fuel efficient vehicles emit significantly less toxic gas (and particulate matter) compared to their predecessors, the need for road tunnel gas monitoring and efficient ventilation control systems are still vitally important to ensure the tunnel atmosphere remains safe. Noxious gases present in road traffic tunnels include Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) Carbon Monoxide (CO) Nitrogen …

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ISO 9001 recertification for Acoem Dynoptic & Tunnel Sensors

Dynoptic Systems Ltd (incorporating Tunnel Sensors) – an Acoem Group company has achieved recertification of the British Assessment Bureau ISO-9001:2015 quality management system. This covers the design, manufacture and marketing of a range of instrumentation for the environmental emissions control and road tunnel markets. We’re all pleased with the result which confirms our commitment to …

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Road tunnel visibility measurements explained

Visibility is a critical measurement parameter for the safe and efficient operation of a road or rail tunnel. Acoem’s VICONOX, a multiparameter tunnel atmosphere monitor, employs the visible light transmission technique to directly measure the visibility levels experienced by tunnel users. The continuous measurement data gathered by the VICONOX can be used by tunnel operators …

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Power & Communication connections

The Acoem Tunnel Sensors VICONOX, CROSSFLOW and AIRFLOW-MkII road tunnel atmosphere monitors are all supplied with a set of cables for power, communication and outputs. These cables are designed to enable simple connection and interconnection to the monitors which brings a number of benefits during monitor installation and long term maintenance. Power and Communication cable …

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