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Have you been visited by a Fire Marshal or Inspector and been told to install a device to monitor for CO2 safety?  Need to meet the NBIC, NFPA, or IFC regulations for monitoring?

Here's what you need to protect your employees, your business and your customers.

 

1. If you want to meet the NBIC, NFPA, or IFC Code - you'll need a storage safety monitor with audible and visual alarm and a relay to control a fan. Our Dual Relay CO2 Storage Safety Alarm or the Dual Relay CO2 Storage Safety Alarm with external strobe lights are the approved devices to meet these codes. The product pages include tutorial videos to help with installation and calibration.

 

portable co2 safety meter2. Spot check for leaks or high CO2 levels - leaks occur at the most inopportune times.  Finding a leak quickly can save you thousands of dollars in lost gas and may even save lives. Spot check CO2 lines after line cleaning as the disturbance in the line and removal of build-up often creates leaks. CO2 leak detection is usually done with soap and water, but utilizing hyper-accurate CO2 detectors is fool proof. Use the pSense hand-held meter, our most cost effective portable meter, to narrow down leaks, or try the CM-0057 5% CO2 Sample Draw Meter that gives you the ability find leaks with pin-point accuracy. 

 

Call us at (877) 678-4259 toll free or email sales@CO2Meter.com for more information.