The Best System to protect your staff from Overexposure of CO2

The LogiCO2 Mk9 system is the most cost effective and flexible system on the market. It can easily be expanded with more sensors (up to 12 per Central Unit), Relays, Bluetooth and more. If LogiCO2 Communicators are being used, an unlimited amount of sensors can be installed and monitored online. As well as being the easiest and quickest to install, with plug-and-play connections. The system has a long life (MTBF 15 years) and is maintenance free, except for a simple yearly function control. The LogiCO2 Safety System can monitor four alarm levels ensuring that all the latest local and national safety codes concerning CO2 exposure are not exceeded. When Nitrogen is being used, an LogiCO2 Mk9 O2 detector can be added to the System, to protect staff from Oxygen depleting Nitrogen. Both the CO2 and O2 sensors have an automatic self-calibration function, ensuring correct measurements and safety. As well as Altitude Compensation, which insures that the sensors are measuring correctly at high altitude.

CO2 in Wineries

The Mk9 Safety System for Wineries. The easy, scalable solution for larger and smaller Wineries. The LogiCO2 Mk9 System is the most cost effective and flexible system on the market. A small winery can be fitted with Stand-Alone sensors, and the Safety System can grow with the winery with plug-and-play Add-On KITS. A larger Winery can have a combination of CO2 and O2 sensors that are all connected to a cloud-based computer program where the values from the different parts of the plant can be continuously monitored.

CO2 and O2 Monitoring

Optimize the ventilation in accordance with the CO2 and O2 values from the sensors. Use the time-logs of the CO2 and O2 concentration values to document all safety measures. Having a log is a good feature in verifying safety, which will improve the quality and work environment for your employees.

The CO2 sensors measure the important TWA value, meaning the average value of the CO2 level over 8 hours. This value, of 0.5% or 5000 ppm must not be exceeded, is statutory and must be followed in accordance with EU directives.