Gas Detection in Recreation Facilities: Can the same detector work for pools and arenas?

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It is not uncommon for the same recreational facility to offer both skating and swimming amenities, two very
different environments with different potential gas hazards. Given the fact that there is a possibility of 6 different
types of gas to monitor and the large area between the two types of facilities, a single detector will not provide the
monitoring requirements for both areas. It is recommended that two separate gas detection systems be set up. Swimming pools are commonly kept clean with a chlorine disinfectant, used either alone or with ozone. If there is a chlorine leak, the controller must have relays to shut down
the ventilation system until it is safe to exhaust the gas from the contaminated area. If there is an ozone leak, the
controller must have outputs to activate the emergency air exhaust fans. Arenas have a slightly more complicated set up because multiple gas hazards are present.

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