Ammonia & pH Detection of the 21st Century

 
  
       
 


Companion Animals

Small Animal Ammonia SensorIt doesn't matter if you are an animal breeder, animal retailer, or simply an animal lover, the Small Animal Ammonia Sensor gives you the ability to protect and keep your pets safe from the invisible, toxic gas, ammonia. Ammonia can never be completely eliminated, but it can now be actively monitored and controlled. With simple color-change technology, even children understand how to use these sensors; yellow = good, green/blue = bad. Simply attach the Small Animal Ammonia Sensor in relatively close proximity to where the animal(s) spend the majority of time and observe for color change over time. If the sensor turns green or blue, it's time to clean the cage. NOTE: Even prolonged exposure to low levels of ammonia has a negative affect on the health and immune system of the animal.

Cat Litter Monitor & Additive

The Cat Litter Monitor and Cat Litter Additive are used to determine when a cat litter box needs to be cleaned/scooped or exchanged for fresh litter. If the sensor/litter Cat Litter Sensor is yellow, the litter is clean and still fresh; if the sensor/litter turns green or blue, the litter is dirty and should be cleaned. Have you ever walked into your friends' or parents' house and it smelt like a litter box? Many people (especially those of older generations) tend to have difficulty smelling the odors their cat litter box produces because they have become "desensitized" to the smell. This technology eliminates the reliance on smell to determine when the litter box needs to be changed. "Why not just look to see how full the litter box is?" As many people know, simply looking to see "how full" the litter box is unreliable because cats, by instinct, burry their business and urine naturally absorbs downwards so visual inspection of the litter box is Cat Litter Sensorineffective. "Why not just clean it on a regular schedule?" Sure, this is the standard approach which many people rely on, but wouldn't it be nice to know when the litter needed to be cleaned so you aren't needlessly cleaning it? Wouldn't it be reassuring to know that the litter is actually doing its job (reducing odors) and to know when the litter has become "exhausted" and needs to be completely changed? www.catlittermonitor.com for more information.


Ammonia Sensing Applications

Cold Storage Refrigeration

• Flash/Blast Freezing
• Meat Packaging
• Fruit & Produce Storage
• Beverage Refrigeration
• Industrial Freezers
• Ice Machines

Poultry & Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)

• Poultry Broilers
• Cattle/Dairy Farms
• Swine Farms

Laboratory Setting

• Bioassays
• Mice Testing
• Rat Testing
• Primate Testing

Medical

• Renal Dialysis
• Incontinence Monitoring

Agricultural

• Fertilizer Manufacturing
• Fertilizer Distribution
• Liquid Fertilization

Water

• Aquaculture
• Fish Farming
• Pond & Lake Monitoring
• River Monitoring
• Consumer Fish-keeping
• Waste Water
• Water Treatment
• Run-off Water

Food

• Food Spoilage Detection
• Food Freshness Monitor

Companion Animals (Pets)

• Small Animal Cages & Habitats for Mice, Rats, Guinea Pigs, Ferrets, Chinchillas, etc...
• Animal Retail/Breeding
• Zoos
• Equine (Horse) Stalls

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