The core product of Cairpol is the Cairsens sensor.
Several integrated solutions ar built around it, in order to address the various needs of air quality monitoring.
Able to monitor pollutants at very low concentration levels (ppb-levels for most) with a 1-minute time frame while being calibration-free for a complete year, Cairsens deliver a highly reliable and accurate measurement (comparable to reference analyzers, with a +/-30% accuracy as stated by the European directive 2008/50/EC).
A Cairsens sensor can measure the following pollutants: Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Ammonia (NH3), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Hydrogen Sulfide & Mercaptans (H2S/CH4S), Ozone & Nitrogen Dioxide (O3/NO2), Formaldehyde (CH2O/Organic solvents), Non-methane Volatile Organic Compounds (nm VOC), Particulate matter (PM).
Cairtub (stand-alone pollution monitoring station) is an integrated system for the low concentration measurement of pollutants, compact and ready to use.
Cairtub allows for easy deployment of autonomous measurement points virtually everywhere, inside and outside. Its low dimensions and its simplicity of installation allow for quick easy to realize field measurement campaigns.
Cairtub is compact size (120 x 120 x 100 mm), easy to deploy, install and maintain, able to hold up to 3 sensors for multi-parameters studies, power capacity for 3 sensors for 21 days, rechargeable with power supply included or solar panel asoption, and supports available on demand (mast or tripod).
Caircloud, Cairmap, CairCairnet
Caircloud or Cairmap interfaces, the data is easily accessible: displayed on a map, on a configured report automatically sent by mail, on Internet or a single computer… numerous possibilities are available.
Every Cairnet measurement point consists of: Weather protection enclosure including up to 4 miniature sensors, each measuring one or two pollutants. Solar panel and its battery. Wireless communication module .
Cairclip : the autonomous pollution sensor
The CairClip is available in a small housing that can be attached to a belt, helmet clip or carried on round the neck, the micro-sensor CairClip continuously measures the individuals exposure to the concerned pollutant, and records the data which can then be downloaded onto a PC .
CairClip is presently available for the measurement of O3/NO2, H2S and sulphur compounds, and NH3.