HSE Monitoring



1. Fixed Thermographic Body Temperature Screening System

This is a Contactless Temperature Check Thermal Network System which is used in the entrance of areas with high population density such as airports, train stations, shopping malls etc. It can conduct temperature testing of incoming and outgoing personnel.

It records and analyse the health status of the people as they pass by and gives an alarming sound to identify persons with high temperature immediately for further check-up.

Application Scenarios of Thermographic Body Temperature Screening System

2.Fixed Forehead Temperature Screening System

This is a wall mounted digital infrared thermometer for office use. It is usually mounted at door entrance while the temperature is captured, and in a case of high fever, the alarm sound triggers off.

3. Handheld Infrared Temperature Screening System

Forehead Temperature Infrared Thermometer with Fever Indicator is a Non-Contact Handheld IR Digital LCD Temperature Measurement.

They are also ideal equipment to conduct screening safely and efficiently of those who may potentially be infected with various degrees of heath conditions like the thermal imaging body camera. Body temperature of those infected is expected to be around 38 - 39°C while adult human normal temperature should be around 36°C. The hand held temperature device will displaysuch temperature on the laser screen for those who may have been infected.

This also ensures proper screening and promotes productivity of the monitoring services, though the device is used where there are no large movement of human traffic.

4.Atomization Sterilizer

The air sterilizing atomizer is an anti-bacterial to disinfect the air, decomposition of odour and has sterilization deodorant effect.

Scope of Application

Car Religious Centre
Home Club
Bar Auditorium
Hotel Stadium
Hall area Wedding Celebration
Theatre Function Room
School Outdoor Performance

5. Finger Oximeter

A pulse oximeter is a small, lightweight device used to monitor the amount of oxygen carried in the body. This non invasive tool attaches painlessly to your fingertip, sending two wavelengths of light through the finger to measure your pulse rate and how much oxygen is in your system. Once the oximeter finishes its assessment, its screen will display the percent of oxygen in your blood coming from the heart—as well as the current pulse rate.

Normal pulse oximeter readings usually range from 95 to 100 percent. Values under 90 percent are considered low, and indicate the need for supplemental oxygen.