carbon monoxide monitor News

  • Carbon monoxide is an invisible killer

    A family of 8 hospitalized in Redwood City, CA [Dec. 2008], three youths die in a car in Lake Tahoe [Dec.2008], a family of four die in a Colorado home, a 12 year-old child is killed in a houseboat accident in Oregon, a homemaker suffers from constant headaches and nausea every time her furnace goes on in Philadelphia, and every year thousands more suffer or die from CO exposure. What do all ...


    By KWJ Engineering, Inc.

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning is Preventable

    The indoor environmental quality (IEQ) professionals at Clark Seif Clark (CSC) provide testing services for carbon monoxide and other harmful gases to protect workers and building occupants. In January, fire crews from Tempe, Arizona responded to a call regarding a forklift driver at a manufacturing plant who was suffering from chest pains.  Upon arriving at the factory emergency personnel ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Are You Being Exposed to Dangerous Levels of Carbon Monoxide?

    Last month three people attending an event at an indoor skating rink in Exeter, New Hampshire had to be treated at a nearby hospital after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning.  Firefighters who visited the facility the following morning confirmed that there were still high levels of carbon monoxide in the building the day after. Also in January, two men died in their apartment in Austin, ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Carbon Monoxide emitted indoors from vehicles must be monitored

    Many facilities are vulnerable to the effects of an unhealthy indoor environment when fuel-burning vehicles are used indoors. Placing an IAQ monitoring system in buildings and facilities enables immediate identification of IAQ problems, the sources and causes of any problem can be eliminated before symptoms become evident. PPM Technology’s IAQ monitoring instruments are frequently used to ...


    By PPM Technology

  • Carbon Monoxide Suspected in Deaths of Five People

    Last month, ABC News reported that five people died in a Maryland home due to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning.  Relatives found the deceased and called emergency personnel.  When firefighters arrived they detected high levels of CO as high as 550 parts per million.  Upon investigation, a broken exhaust pipe was located in the home.   Carbon monoxide is an odorless, ...

  • 18 workers endangered by deadly levels of carbon monoxide gas

    A total of 18 workers were hospitalized after exposure to deadly carbon monoxide gas levels of up to 6.71 times the permissible limit, U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspectors found. OSHA investigators determined that JRI Holdings Inc. employees in November 2014 were testing a commercial industrial parts washer powered by two natural gas heaters. Employees ...

  • EPA to hold public hearing on air quality standards for carbon monoxide

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold a public hearing Feb. 28 on the agency’s proposal to retain the nation’s air quality standards for carbon monoxide (CO) and to take steps to gather additional data through more focused monitoring. The science shows that the current standards will protect people, especially those susceptible to health problems associated with ...

  • EPA affirms national air quality standards for carbon monoxide are protective of public health/air monitoring updates will put more focus on urban communities located near roadways

    After a careful review of the science, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is affirming the current national air quality standards for carbon monoxide (CO). The science shows that the current standards protect public health, including those who are most susceptible, and the environment. Since 1980, levels of CO in the air have fallen by 80 percent, mostly as a result of motor vehicle ...

  • ECOM Electrochemical CO Monitor

    Tunnel Sensors introduces its first electrochemical gas sensor for the tunnel market, the ECOM Electrochemical CO Monitor. Designed for in-situ monitoring in tunnels or similar confined spaces, the ECOM Electrochemical CO Monitor uses an electrochemical cell to measures the concentration of carbon monoxide (CO) and is compatible with BS EN 50545-1:2011. The ECOM consists of a Sender Unit and a ...


    By Tunnel Sensors Limited

  • Monitoring the Air in Indoor Swimming Pools

    PPM Technology are co-operating with our long-standing partners Tennants Distribution Ltd in an exciting new project for monitoring the indoor environment in indoor swimming pools. We have recently supplied 2 monitoring units for use in a swimming pool environment, a large IAQ monitoring unit containing sensors for Temperature, Humidity, Chlorine, Ammonia, Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide, ...


    By PPM Technology

  • Hydrogen monitoring improves Syngas efficiency

    Syngas (synthesis gas) is manufactured from feedstocks containing carbon, such as coal, heavy oil, natural gas or biomass, to produce a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide. The production process involves a number of phases that start with gasification of the feedstock, and efficiency is greatly improved when hydrogen levels are monitored using a new sensor technology that is able to measure ...


  • Mini IAQ Monitors supplied to monitor air quality in ice rink

    PPM have recently supplied a number of Mini IAQ Profile Monitors to Joel Anderson of Precision Quality Consulting in a project to monitor air quality in a indoor ice rink; the aim being to provide a safe environment for users and employees of ice arenas. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a significant concern in ice rinks and arenas; these facilities are especially vulnerable to the ...


    By PPM Technology

  • Wireless monitoring for a safe indoor environment

    Wireless monitor of indoor air quality (IAQ) parameters. PPM Technology’s newest IAQ monitoring system the Wireless IAQ Profile PPMonitor enables simple, effective and flexible management of the Indoor Air Environment. The PPMonitor can ...


    By PPM Technology

  • DirectSense® ultra-m environmental monitors

    GrayWolf Sensing Solutions of Trumbull, Connecticut introduces a new range of DirectSense Ultra-Mini PC based advanced environmental monitors. These measurement kits include USB enabled multi-sensor probes and a new Mobile PC platform.The new Fujitsu Ultra-Mini Vista OS mobile PC sports a swiveling, touch screen and easy-to-use keyboard. A built-in camera is great for photographs (or even ...


    By GrayWolf Sensing Solutions

  • Swedish gas monitoring – the state of play

    Although Analox Sensor Technology sell a wide range of products to many international distributors, there are some countries that we would like to focus on. One of these countries is Sweden. We have spent some time looking at Sweden to see what industries require gas monitoring, how we can help with our unique gas monitoring solutions, and how you can become a distributor of our products. ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • ICOM low cost indoor CO monitor

    Utilising electrochemical cell technology, the ICOM is a cost effective solution for unattended logging of carbon monoxide. With a compact IP66 rated casing, the ICOM is suitable for mounting to a wall or post in indoor or outdoor locations. Powered by an internal rechargeable battery, the ICOM offers easy, external wiring-free installation. The ICOM logger is capable of storing more than ...


    By Signal Group Ltd

  • Monitor and control Indoor Air Quality with the ‘Touch Screen’ IAQ Monitor

    PPM Technology is pleased to announce their latest IAQ monitoring instrument - the Touch Screen IAQ Profile Monitor is built with an integrated 3.5” touch screen panel. Each unit can monitor up to 7 customer specified IAQ parameters. The user is able to navigate through the software and various sensor options simply by touching the panel.  Readings are displayed continuously and ...


    By PPM Technology

  • Air monitoring revisions would ensure people are protected

    EPA proposes to retain national air quality standards for carbon monoxide. After a careful review of the best available science, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing to keep the current national air quality standards for carbon monoxide (CO), while taking steps to gather additional data through more focused monitoring. The science shows that the current standards will ...

  • Compressed Airline Monitor for Process Air Applications

    ENMET's ProAir 2200 is a compact easy to install and operate compressed airline monitor that can continuously and simultaneously monitor up to four gases in real-time, using internally mounted sensors.  ProAir 2200 can be custom configured to monitor a variety of hazardous gases present in compressed air, including carbon monoxide, oxygen, dew point, carbon dioxide, VOCs, trace ...


    By ENMET, LLC

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