Animal Testing Laboratories
It is also important to monitor indoor air in animal testing laboratories. The crucial parameters here are temperature, relative air humidity and carbon dioxide (CO2). Light (LUX), door contacts and drinking water lines are also often monitored. The last named to prevent the occurrence of legionella.
Depending on the test series, a vacuum or positive pressure is generated in the lab to ensure that, for example, no viruses can enter or leave. This cleanroom application requires measurement and monitoring of the differential pressure.
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