Could Global CO2 Levels be Reduced by Planting Trees?

Could planting trees make enough difference to impact increased CO2 levels on a global level? The idea seems simple enough. Since trees and plants take in carbon dioxide for photosynthesis, theoretically planting enough trees should reduce CO2. The terrestrial biosphere - which includes plants and trees - does have an impact on global CO2 levels. Combined with oceans, the terrestrial...
Posted by CO2 Meter on December 26, 2016. Continue Reading

CO2 Oxygen Sensors on Drone

Reading CO2 and oxygen levels in remote areas can be challenging. That's why we were excited to see CO2Meter’s S8 CO2 sensor and UV Flux oxygen sensor installed on a drone for high-altitude atmospheric testing. The project is the brainchild of RYF Technologies.  Last year, they began testing CO2 sensors to create a handheld CO2 monitor for the Chilean market....
Posted by CO2 Meter on December 13, 2016. Continue Reading

Arduino CO2 Sensor Application Notes Update

Our engineering team has rewritten the application notes to connect the Arduino Uno, Mega or Mega2560 microcontrollers with two of our most popular CO2 sensors. AN-126 – Arduino UART Interface to K-30 Sensor. This app note and included source code (zip) gives you step by step instructions for connecting SenseAir’s K-30 CO2 sensor using an industry‐standard UART TXD‐RXD connection. Wiring...
Posted by CO2 Meter on December 08, 2016. Continue Reading

TIM10 Helps Grow Record Onions

Most people wouldn’t think of growing giant vegetables as a hobby, but then Keith Foster isn’t most people. Keith runs his own seed company Exhibition Seeds and breeds different varieties of vegetables for the Show world. His onion variety ‘Ailsae' holds many world records. The current world record stands at 18 lbs. 11.5 ounces for one onion! Keith has been a Gardener...
Posted by CO2 Meter on December 08, 2016. Continue Reading

CO2Meter Joins Florida Brewer’s Guild

CO2Meter has joined the Florida Brewer’s Guild as an Allied Trade Member. The FBG is a non-profit trade association committed to preserving the rights and interests of all craft brewers throughout the state. Founded nearly two decades ago by local Tampa brewers, the Florida Brewers Guild was built on the ideas of uniting an industry for advocacy and sharing of...
Posted by CO2 Meter on August 26, 2016. Continue Reading

Is Brewing Great Beer Art or Rocket Science?

by Josh PringleVP of Business DevelopmentCO2Meter The biennial meeting of the World Brewing Congress (the sister organization to the Master Brewers Association of the Americas) was held this summer at the Sheraton in Downtown Denver, CO. This meeting of brewers, brewery staff, and leading suppliers is an opportunity to unite for technical sessions that educate experienced and new brewers to...
Posted by CO2 Meter on August 23, 2016. Continue Reading

CO2Meter Joins 50 Florida Companies on Growth “Watch” List

Entrepreneurial styles, corporate cultures give these second-stage companies competitive advantages CO2Meter, Inc. is among 50 statewide companies expected to see significant growth over the next several years. CO2Meter was selected from more than 500 nominees for Florida Companies to WatchSM, a statewide program managed by economic development group GrowFL, in association with the Edward Lowe Foundation.   CO2Meter’s management team,...
Posted by CO2 Meter on August 16, 2016. Continue Reading

Beer Fermentation and CO2

The next time you see a beer commercial or drink a cold draft, take the time to appreciate the importance of carbon dioxide in the brewing process. Beer starts out as wort, a mix of water and natural grains. When Brewer’s yeast (a fungi) is added to the mix, it "eats" the starches and sugars in the wort while giving...
Posted by CO2 Meter on December 06, 2012. Continue Reading

HVAC in the House of the Future

Futurists have a poor track record when it comes to actually predicting the future. An aerocar in every garage, jet back-packs, and free, unlimited nuclear power were all promised to us in an exciting, clean future. Yet, 50 years later, we’re still waiting for each of them to arrive. The same goes for houses. In the early part of the...
Posted by CO2 Meter on August 05, 2016. Continue Reading

Southern hemisphere joins north in breaching carbon dioxide milestone

By Paul Krummel, Research Group Leader, and Paul Fraser, Honorary Fellow, CSIRO. Reprinted by permission. As we predicted last year, the background atmospheric carbon dioxide levels measured at Cape Grim on Tasmania’s northwest coast have officially passed the 400 parts per million (ppm) mark. Our measurements, compiled by our team at CSIRO together with the Bureau of Meteorology, show that...
Posted by CO2 Meter on August 03, 2016. Continue Reading
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