We manufacture and supply a range of meteorological sensors and display modules for professional use worldwide.
Our range of air samplers provide an accurate method of determining particulate mass concentration. They are used widely in the nuclear, chemical, construction and agricultural industries.
The Munro Portable Skid Resistance Tester is an internationally-recognised, precision-built instrument used to assess the slip/skid resistance of pedestrian surfaces and roads.
Munro Instruments are now suppliers of numerous Material Testing instruments.
MRC Labs are the highly skilled designers, inventors and manufacturers of a vast range of laboratory equipment.
The AW-Series of MUNRO’s range of anaerobic workstations. It is ideal for the laboratory where oxygen free conditions are required for the growth and identification of bacteria. Its small bench size makes the AW200SG ideal for the individual research project.
Soil quality can broadly be defined as a measure of the soil’s ability to support plant and animal life, maintain or enhance water/air quality, and support human health and habitation. The indicators required to assess soil quality depend on the way the soil is to be used (e.g. for agriculture, construction etc).
Munro Instruments provides sensors to measure the following soil quality parameters:
Soil temperature and moisture probes, often referred to as soil sensors, are specialized devices designed to measure and record key parameters within the soil. These probes are equipped with sensors that collect data on temperature and moisture levels at various depths below the surface.
Soil temperature plays a pivotal role in agriculture, affecting seed germination, root development, and microbial activity. It's crucial to comprehend the fluctuations in soil temperature and how they impact plant growth.
Soil temperature varies significantly with the changing seasons. It's essential to monitor these fluctuations to make informed decisions regarding planting and irrigation schedules.
Maintaining the right soil moisture levels is essential for efficient water management. Soil moisture probes help in determining when and how much to irrigate, preventing both over- and under-watering.
By accurately assessing soil moisture, farmers can conserve water resources and reduce the environmental impact of excessive irrigation.
Soil sensors are a cornerstone of precision agriculture, allowing farmers to tailor their cultivation practices to specific soil conditions.
Automated irrigation systems, driven by soil moisture data, optimize water usage and enhance crop yields.
Soil temperature and moisture data aid in assessing soil health, identifying trends, and implementing conservation practices.
Monitoring soil moisture helps in preventing soil erosion, preserving valuable topsoil.