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ACOEM Tunnel Sensors SOLUTION SNAPSHOT BROCHURE

The new ACOEM Tunnel Sensors Solution Snapshot brochure is now available to download. This brochure has been created to support ACOEM Tunnel Sensors’  range of tunnel lighting, airflow and air quality monitors. It provides information about the company, its products and applications. Please click the link below to download your copy. ACOEM Tunnel Sensors Solution …

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Tunnel Atmosphere Monitoring Webinar – available to watch on demand

The ACOEM Tunnel Sensors webinar, presented by Paul Jones and Graham Jennings on the 24th of September, is now available to watch on demand. To view our introduction to road tunnel atmosphere monitoring, the challenges, and the solutions designed by ACOEM Tunnel Sensors, simply click the link below and follow the instructions. https://app.livestorm.co/acoem/smart-integrated-solutions-for-tunnel-atmosphere-monitoring

Tunnel Sensors Webinar – 24th September 09:30 GMT+1

As global populations grow and road infrastructure becomes more congested, urban planners are increasingly turning to underground road tunnel networks to support smart city and regional expansion. Tunnels provide solutions for reducing journey times, connecting remote regions and even protecting users from climatic and environmental conditions. Existing tunnels often require significant refurbishment to install the …

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In tunnel calibration made easy – no gas bottles required.

ACOEM Tunnel Sensors’ VICONOX range of tunnel atmosphere monitors have been designed with easy calibration in mind for both visibility and gas measurements. The systems have been developed to remove the requirement for toxic gas bottles and flow through cells to be taken into the tunnel. Tunnel operators are able to check (and if necessary …

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Sydney’s new M8 motorway opens with ACOEM Tunnel Sensors installed

ACOEM Tunnel Sensors in partnership with ACOEM Ecotech in Australia have supplied a large network of Tunnel Sensors’ VICONOX and CROSSFLOW monitors in Sydney’s new WestConnex M8 motorway tunnels. The new 9-kilometre twin underground motorway tunnels run from the end of the M5 Motorway at Kingsgrove, to St Peters Interchange in Sydney’s South. The M8 …

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Dynoptic & Tunnel Sensors relocate to new offices

We’re excited to announce that ACOEM Dynoptic and Tunnel Sensors have relocated to a new office. As part of the ACOEM Group, a larger facility was required to accelerate investment and our ambitious growth plans. The new building has been customised to suit our specific needs providing increased space for production, testing, and development work …

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Tunnel Lighting – Preventing Black Hole Syndrome

The transition between day and night along with changes in weather conditions  present a challenge for tunnel operators to ensure lighting in road traffic tunnels remain at safe levels for motorists at all times. The lighting control at the tunnel portals is particularly important to ensure drivers do not suffer from “black hole syndrome” whereby …

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Tunnel Sensors – Communication and Control systems

Road traffic tunnels are inhospitable places, when traffic is flowing they are dangerous environments for anyone working in the tunnel bore. With tunnel atmosphere monitors installed high up on the tunnel wall access to the systems is nearly always restricted to planned closures. All Tunnel Sensors monitors have a comprehensive range of output and communication …

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