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msr-electronic-monitors-co2-leaks-in-austrian-winery
msr-electronic-monitors-co2-leaks-in-austrian-winery

MSR-Electronic monitors CO2 leaks in Austrian winery

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Deutch gas detection company MSR-Electronic is installing its technology to monitor CO2 leaks in wine tanks located at an Austrian winery in the region of Neusiedlersee.

The Austrian winery Hannes Reeh will soon have a stationary CO2 gas warning system from MSR-Electronic in each of its 60 tanks located at its new wine warehouse, with each tank having a capacity of 23,000-60,000 litres.

CO2 dissolves in liquids, such as wine, in dependence of pressure and temperature. During the growth of the grapevine, the sugar in the grapes is formed out of CO2 and water. During the fermentation process in the wine tanks, the sugar is then converted into CO2 and alcohol.

However, the CO2 concentrations in the headspace of a fermentation tank can reach very high and dangerous levels. With 1.98 g/l, CO2 is around 1.5 times heavier than air.

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