Humidity sensors in VH2O2 applications: Choosing the right sensor

vaporized hydrogen peroxide bio-decontamination sanitization
Life Science

In this webinar we compare relative humidity sensors, relative humidity sensors with a catalytic layer, and the combination of these two sensors in a single probe – Vaisala’s PEROXCAP® sensor.

Choosing the right measurement method for a vaporized hydrogen peroxide application depends on your application. It might be enough to measure only relative humidity during dehumidification, or between the cleaning cycles, by relying on the stability of vapor generation equipment and other process factors. However, in some applications, VH2O2 control and monitoring are required and advantageous. In this webinar we compare relative humidity sensors, relative humidity sensors with a catalytic layer, and the combination of these two sensors in a single probe – Vaisala’s PEROXCAP® sensor.

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Joni Partanen

Joni Partanen

Product Engineer

Joni Partanen is a Product Engineer at Vaisala focusing on humidity and dew point measurement instruments. He has over 14 years of experience in process industry measurement technology and instrumentation. Joni holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Automation Technology.

Irene Zakrzewski, Research Scientist, Vaisala

Irene Zakrzewski

Research Scientist
Irene Zakrzewski is a Research Scientist in Vaisala’s Industrial Measurements business area. She has over 10 years of R&D experience in sensor development, measurement technology and project management. Irene holds a Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from Tampere University of Technology. In her current position, she develops devices for life science applications. Irene is inspired by state-of-the-art measurement of environmental parameters. Her current challenge is to continuously increase her understanding of different parameters and apply that knowledge to the development of novel measurement techniques.