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Corvus helps protect personnel from hazardous VOC gases and sick building syndrome
Published 13 May 2014

Ion Science has launched Corvus, a continuous wireless VOC (volatile organic compounds) monitor specially designed for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Monitoring, ensuring a safe working environment for personnel and reducing the risk of sick building syndrome. It is also suitable for use in process control and building emissions level monitoring.

The Corvus IAQ monitor utilises unrivalled, highly sensitive technology detecting VOCs down to low part-per-billion (ppb) levels measuring compounds with its 10.6 eV lamp. Corvus includes sensors for temperature, barometric pressure and humidity helping to identify the actual source of VOCs present.

Corvus continuously monitors and data logs high quality data for detailed analysis. The collection of long-term information eliminates the need for frequent site visits and spot checks, saving both time and money.

The Corvus IAQ monitor utilises intelligent interactive mapping software showing real trend data captured from each room, giving a true picture of what is really happening within the environment.

Data can be downloaded from a group of up to 20 Corvus monitors, but managed via just one instrument.

Small, sleek and compact in design, Corvus allows deployment of multiple monitors around the building via wireless connectivity, whilst blending well into the environment and using minimal space.

The instrument’s PID sensor technology has been independently verified as best performing for speed, accuracy and humidity resistance operation.

It unique anti-contamination and patented Fence Electrode Technology provide extended run time in the most challenging environments, giving you accurate and reliable results.

Typical gases Corvus detects include Benzene, Ethyl Benzene, Styrene, Tetrachloroethylene, Trimethylbenzene, Toluene and Xylene.

Corvus is supplied with an exclusive range of accessories and available from Ion Science Ltd

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