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Our Solutions


We have solutions for both indoor and outdoor ambient air quality monitoring requirements. From the monitoring of gases or particulates inside buildings to outdoor monitoring of dusts.

Get in touch to see if your equipment can connect to our risk assessment software, Ambilytics

Indoor Air Quality

  • Unlike outdoor air, indoor air is recycled continuously causing it to trap and build up pollutants. According to the EPA, the four most dangerous indoor air pollutants to our health in developed countries are cigarette smoke, formaldehyde, radioactive radon-222 gas, and very small fine and ultra-fine particles. Ambisense provides either instrumentation which can detect these, or can link Ambilytics, our risk assessment platform to most instrumentation that can.
  • One of these is the SGS Smartsampler which facilitates the monitoring of key environmental parameters, temperature, humidity and pressure alongside particulates; PM1, PM2.5, PM10, NO2, SO2, NO, O3, CO2, H2S, CO and TVOC
  • Even for internal air quality monitoring applications, the GasfluX is versatile. Its self-contained high-capacity battery allows is to gather data for weeks on end without needing battery changes or maintenance. For long-term deployments, the unit can either be deployed with an external battery pack or connected to mains electricity. It is ideal for monitoring hazardous ground-gases inside buildings.
  • Ambisense instrumentation can be powered by internal high-capacity batteries, solar power, and permanent mains electricity. As such we have a solution to solve your problem and can undertake ambient air quality monitoring in the most inaccessible or awkward locations.

Outdoor Air Quality

  • Ambisense can undertake outdoor ambient air quality monitoring using our patented GasfluX technology.  For outdoor air quality, we can monitor CH4, CO2, O2, TVOC, CO, H2S and NH3, however other gases are available upon request.  The unit features an IP68 rated enclosure, allowing it to be deployed in the harshest of site conditions.