SenSiC AB develops, produces and sells gas sensors for extreme temperature applications (175-600 C) with exceptional sensitivity/resolution at very low gas concentrations. The sensors are used to control combustion and reduce emissions in woody biomass heaters/boilers, district heating plants, diesel engines, and exhaust after-treatment systems.
Improvements in combustion efficiency and emission reduction result from the sensors’ ability to measure not only oxygen (O2), as lambda sensors do, but also carbon monoxide (CO) and ammonia (NH3). The sensor Control Unit offers remote control and supervision, as well as automated calibration.
SenSiC AB was founded in 2007 as a spin-out from Linköping University (LiU). SenSic AB is located in Kista and Linköping. Ever since the start, SenSiC AB has always had a strong connection with Linköping University in research.