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June 2020

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New protective caps for climate and dew point sensors

Climate and dew point sensors with new protective caps extend ZILA's application range Now, we can offer protective caps made of PTFE, aluminium or plastics for any of our compact (dew point) temperature and relative humidity sensors. This is the reason why exterior areas and environments with a higher damage potential are also included in the application range of our sensors now.
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Radon ventilation with our KST-20 Vento/RN

In Part 1 and Part 2 of our Radon article series we have already dealt with its characteristics and discussed where it can develop, with regard to potential dangers in houses. This part, however, will focus on the health risks caused by the noble gas in question.
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Radon inside the house, in the cellar or basement

In Part 1 of our radon article series, we have already laid the foundations on the subject of radon gas with regard to its characteristics, occurrence and limit values.In this second part, we will focus on radon exposure in houses, cellars and basements.
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Radon: Health risks and limit values

Radon is dangerous! For many years now, long-term measurements have been carried out in order to observe the effects of radon on the human body. As a matter of fact, this gas is more dangerous than passive smoking and also the second most common cause of lung cancer, directly after smoking.
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Energy-efficient cooling of electrical rooms with the climate control KST-20 Vento

Wherever devices and components work in electrical systems, they heat up and produce a lot of thermal energy. As a result, the air in the room heats up even more. In order to avoid overheating, creeping currents and even short circuits, in such systems, it is essential to cool the warm air. Conventional approaches usually only work with climate control units, operating on the basis of the indoor temperature, which requires a disproportionate and tremendous amount of energy.
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