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Preventing CO2 Injuries from Occuring in your Establishment

Preventing CO2 Injuries from Occuring in your Establishment
Discover how to prevent and mitigate the risk of potential CO2 injuries from occurring in your establishment; with proper safety monitoring and protection for your employees and customers. 

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CO2 Safety Monitor Installation Tips

CO2 Safety Monitor Installation Tips

There are 2 parts to every CO2 monitor and safety alarm: a CO2 Sensor and a Remote Display. While each of these devices include both audible and visual alarms, they need to be installed differently.

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NFPA Conference and Expo Recap

NFPA Conference and Expo Recap

VP of Sales Business Development, Melyssia Santiago shares her experience on The NFPA Conference & Expo. 

A recap on one of the world's biggest and most comprehensive fire, electrical, and life safety events. 

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Sampling Data Loggers Test CO2 Fire Suppression Systems

  Fire Systems, Inc. has installed, monitored and inspected fire protection systems in the greater Atlanta, Georgia area for the last 30 years. Many of Atlanta’s landmark buildings and facilities are protected by Fire Systems, Inc. So we were intrigued when we received an order for 3 of our CM-0003 100% CO2 Sampling Data Loggers. I spoke with Geoff Zimbelman at Fire Systems, Inc. and asked him how they used our handheld carbon dioxide monitors. “It was time to replace our old test monitors,” Geoff said. “After we install a CO2 fire suppression system, we use them as part of...

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NFPA 704 Sign for CO2

For years industries that use bulk chemicals or compressed gas in cylinders have followed the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) 704 Warning signage guidelines. You may have notice these diamond-shaped stickers or wall placards with blue, red, yellow and white boxes on them in your business or around town. These sign perform a valuable function. They give emergency response personnel like firefighters an immediate indicator of the potential danger of the chemicals or gas inside a tank or behind a door. This addresses the health, flammability, instability, and special hazards presented from short‐term, acute exposures that could occur as a...

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