Sulfur Dioxide Rapid Air Monitor (RAM)
Ambient air monitoring using our Sulfur dioxide Rapid Air Monitor is a simple means of monitoring that requires no further maintenance after installation – an easy, cost-effective method. These RAMs are designed for short-term monitoring, and offer measurement of Sulfur dioxide in the low parts per billion to parts per million range.
Sources of Sulfur dioxide pollution:
- Fossil fuel combustion – industry, power generation, vehicles.
- Domestic boilers or fires.
- Metal extraction.
- Paper production.
- Natural fires.
Potential implications of Sulfur dioxide pollution:
- Harmful to plants – reduced crop yields.
- Involved in acid rain formation – damage to buildings, forests.
- Adverse effects on the respiratory system.