How and why to measure CO2 accurately?

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Industrial Measurements

Welcome to the webinar on How and why to measure CO2 accurately.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) affects people’s safety, the productivity of production and growth processes, and the quality of the final product. Depending on the environment and process, CO2 concentration is typically measured in ppm (parts per million) or percentage %-levels.

In closed processes such as fermentation, incubators, and controlled atmosphere storage CO2 is measured in percentage levels. For example, life science laboratories use special climate chambers to grow or store biological samples such as cell cultures. There, typical measurement and control capability is from 0 to 20 % CO2.

Normal atmospheric air includes CO2 measured at ppm levels. For example, indoors where people spend time, CO2 concentration is typically elevated and needs to be kept under 1000 ppm.

Poinsettia Seedings in a greenhouse


Join the webinar to learn how CO2 can be measured accurately and reliably without drift, using the unique Vaisala CARBOCAP® technology. In the webinar, we will review the applications where monitoring of CO2 is critical, namely:

  • Greenhouses
  • Hatchers and setters
  • Demanding HVAC (poultry houses, mushroom farms, etc.)
  • Environmental CO2 monitoring (soil respiration)
  • Preservation of historical art pieces, e.g. in caves
  • Indoor air quality
  • CO2 Incubators
  • Cold storages
  • Fruit and vegetable storage and transportation
  • Breweries and wineries
  • Fermentation

You might also be interested to read:
Ensuring working safety with proper levels of CO2 in food and beverages processing and storage
CO2 monitoring in greenhouses and livestock facilities
CO2 control in refrigerated warehouses and cold storages 

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Nevon Mansour, Application Engineer

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Nevon Mansour

Application engineer

Nevon works as Application Engineer at Vaisala Industrial Instruments and has several years of industrial experience. ​
She holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical engineering with a concentration on Mechatronics from the University of Oulu, Faculty of Technology, and is finalizing her master's degree.

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