Working in confined environments subject to risks of atmospheric changes, requires the continuous monitoring of the amount of oxygen present, and more generally of the presence of potential pollutants.

A concentration of oxygen in the environment below safety levels (due, for example, to the dispersion of liquid nitrogen fumes) can result in significant health risks.

For this reason, SOL has developed a service consisting in the regular monitoring of all sensors, for any type of environment that requires such monitoring because of the risk of a modified and asphyxiating atmosphere developing. Acoustic and visual alarms can be activated by these sensors, as can supplementary and emergency ventilation and extraction units designed to effectively and quickly restpre the atmosphere to a condition that is safe for human health.

SafeAir checks and guarantees the perfect working of the sensors, advising the technical service and the safety manager of the hospital of any corrective action required.