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  • Wind Speed & Direction

    Description :
    Regular measurements of wind speed and direction are an essential requirement of meteorological stations. This information is used for general forecasting and to make longer term weather predictions. It can also be used to determine the rate of evapotranspiration over a particular area.

    Knowledge of wind speed and direction is also vital for airports, marine authorities, civil engineers, agriculturists, events organisers and tour operators (among others).

    As one of the earliest manufacturers of the Robinson Cup Anemometer (1870), Munro Instruments has maintained a special interest in the field of wind speed and direction. Our equipment is highly durable and provides and absolute assurance of accuracy.

  • Precipitation

    Description :
    Regular rainfall measurement is an essential requirement in many aspects of agriculture, forestry, industry, education and other activities.

    Rainfall is rarely uniform in intensity or duration across a wide area. As such, continuous data on local conditions is of particular importance to farmers and those concerned with irrigation, scientists researching crop performance and soil erosion, and to water and river authorities in respect of reservoir supplies and ground water feeding into rivers.

    Munro offers a range of precision rain gauges, many built to British Meteorological Office or World Meteorological Organization (WMO) specifications, ensuring accurate rainfall collection and measurement.

    We are also pleased to offer a state-of-the-art Visibility & Present Weather Sensor for use in situations where automatic detection of precipitation type (fog, haze, drizzle etc.) and visibility measurements are required.

  • Temperature & Humidity

    Description :
    Temperature and humidity sensors are an integral part of most environmental and meteorological monitoring stations. Data is collected for synoptic and climatological purposes and to assist in the creation of weather forecasts. This information is crucial to support the activities of governments and certain industries such as agriculture and tourism.

    In the workplace, routine observation of temperature and humidity helps to maximize comfort, health and wellbeing. Inadequate control of ventilation, heating and refrigeration units can lead to a loss of productivity and efficiency. Animal and plant enclosures are equally vulnerable to temperature fluctuations and must also be carefully monitored to prevent suffering or loss of life.

    Munro Instruments offers a range of sensors to enable the measurement of temperature, relative humidity, vapour pressure and dew point. These instruments can be used alone as standalone sensors or as part of a multi-sensor automatic weather

  • Barometric Pressure

    Description :
    Atmospheric pressure describes the force exerted on a surface by the air. This can vary depending on a number of factors, including the altitude, temperature and composition of gases that make up the air. It is an essential parameter for forecasters, as it enables early detection of weather changes.

    Knowledge of atmospheric pressure is also useful in a number of other contexts: e.g. when working at altitude, underground or in specially controlled environments, and for understanding the behaviour of air pollution.

    Munro Instruments provides a comprehensive range of sensors to enable the measurement of barometric pressure.

  • Air Quality

    Description :
    Air quality refers to the condition and characteristics of the air surrounding us. Air quality has an impact on many aspects of our life on earth including health, well-being and climate change. There are a number of situations in which the immediate safety of nearby life depends on ensuring atmospheric gas concentrations do not exceed certain levels that could lead to explosion or poisoning.

    Munro Instruments supplies sensors to monitor a number of parameters relating to both indoor and outdoor air quality. These include particulates, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulphur Dioxide, Methane and Hydrogen Sulphide.

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