August 2013. Opacimeters, Anemometers, CO and NO2 detectors, Luminance meters and Linear heat detection with optical fiber
The 85 km long Necaxa-Tihuatlán highway crosses the states of Puebla and Veracruz, being a part of the 283 km long México Tuxpan corridor, main road axis that connects México DF and the Gulf of México. The road, which is expected to be completed in the first semester of 2014, will be the shortest route from the City of México to the sea, finding in Tuxpan coastal tourist areas, the Port of Tuxpan, the important oil-rich area of Poza Rica and the union with the axis that continues to Tampico-Matamoros- Reynosa and to the United States through its border at Brownsville (Texas).
The Nuevo Nexaca – Avila Camacho section, 36 km in length and four lanes wide, crosses the Eastern Sierra Madre in an area of great orographic difficulty which required the construction of 6 tunnels and 12 viaducts.
These tunnels are protected by CO and NO2 detectors manufactured by DURAN ELECTRONICA and by opacimeters, anemometers, luminance meters and optical fibre linear detection cable, distributed by DURAN ELECTRONICA.