THE STOCK INDUSTRY RESPONSIBLE FOR SHARE IN TOTAL EMISSIONS OF PARTICULATESIn addition to the emmisions caused by cars, the livestock industry is also responsible for a large share of total emissions of particulate matter in the Netherlands . Although urban air has become cleaner on average, many areas still exceed the maximum levels outside the city limits . High levels of particulate matter are consistently and independently related to serious health effects such as asthma , lung cancer, cardiovascular problems , birth defects and premature death . Inhalation of very fine particles (PM 2.5 ) can lead to very deep penetration of the lungs . But also larger particles ( PM10) will not be filtered by the nose and mouth can lodge in the lungs and cause health problems.
From 7 April till 2 May 2014 , you can apply for a temporary subsidy for technologies that reduce emissions of particulate matter to your business in Holland .
DUST SENTRYTeesing offers a wide range of products to monitor air quality indoor and outdoor. The Dust Sentry is an affordable lightweight external monitor specifically built for continuous and real-time measurement and reporting of fine dust and particles - PM10 , 2.5 and 1 . We also supply a more extended version of these stations , the AQM60 , to be able to measure other gases , such as ozone , nitrogen dioxide or carbon monoxide in real time.
We also supply various handheld gas monitors for accurate measurement and logging of various gases that occur frequently in the ( dairy and poultry ) livestock Ammonia ( NH
3 ), methane (CH4) and NO2.
If you don't know which particulate monitor is the right one for you ? Check out our product matrix, where you can easily compare and select.
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