The dangers of oxygen enrichment when using ventilators

28.09.21 11:10 AM By Phil Saxton - Comment(s)

As a part of the treatment of patients suffering from the COVID 19 coronavirus, the use of medical ventilators is widespread.  In its simplest form, a modern positive pressure ventilator consists of a compressible air reservoir or turbine, air and oxygen supplies, ...

How detecting levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) can help measure potential Virus Transfer Conditions

21.01.21 03:54 PM By Phil Saxton - Comment(s)

Air movement and quality is considered vital by the WHO to help significantly reduce the spread of Covid-19.  When people breathe they typically exhale a mixture of various gases and moisture (water vapour).  With a person who is carrying the Covid-19 virus, the water vapour trap...

Financial News

01.10.20 03:36 PM By Phil Saxton - Comment(s)

SENKO, a global sensor company, announced on the 14th August that it had received preliminary approval for listing from the KOSDAQ (Korean Securities Dealers Automated Quotations) market headquarters the previous day. 

In March, the company obtained an A grade from NICE Group (a credit informati...

Things you need to know about ammonia

20.07.20 10:48 AM By Phil Saxton - Comment(s)

Ammonia (NH3) is a colourless, toxic and flammable gas formed by the reaction of nitrogen with hydrogen.

Although ammonia has a strong smell like mothballs it is particularly harmful at excessive levels and prolonged exposure to humans and is the most common gas to leak in an industrial env...

Things you need to know about carbon dioxide

29.06.20 02:58 PM By Phil Saxton - Comment(s)

Carbon dioxide is a colourless, odourless gas made up of one carbon atom joined to two oxygen atoms. This means it has the chemical formula CO₂. It can sometimes be confused with carbon monoxide where one atom of carbon is joined to one atom of oxygen, which has the chemical formula CO.  Both g...