UIL Air Quality Monitoring
1. UIL Passive Monitoring
uil Passive Monitoring is a passive reactivity monitoring technique involving the use of copper and silver by contaminant gases (e.g., hydrogen sul?de and sulfur dioxide).
uil Passive Monitoring purpose to determine the rate of corrosion in rooms that have special
electronic equipment to keep the company's important data safe and the performance of
electronic equipment remains optimal. Reactivity monitors have long been used to gauge the
quality of ambient air and to indicate the effectiveness of pollution control strategies. This
provides data allowing an industry standard classi?cation of the amount of corrosion present,
as well as identifying contaminant classes.
• Unobtrusive, easy installation and data gathering
• Economical investment for determining air quality
• Scienti?cally supported, reliable results
• Vital for determining corrective solutions to protect equipment, processes, and asset
Recommendation Installation uil Passive Monitoring:
• Textile and Viscose
• Data Center
• Other Industrial
2. UIL Active Monitoring
uil Active Monitoring is an active reactivity monitoring technique that uses highly sensitive
instruments to measure the corrosivity of air by contaminant gases (e.g., hydrogen sulfide and
sulfur dioxide) in real-time, with this instrument accurate and reliable result, will be obtained.
Real-time information on the air corrosivity is crucial for effective corrosion protection of
valuable control assets.
• Measures corrosivity in real-time
• Quick response time
• User-friendly software enables
• The metal sensors are easily replaceable
• Portable instrument