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CO2Meter gets ready for NFPA 2019

CO2Meter gets ready for NFPA 2019

CO2Meter gears up for the NFPA 2019 in San Antonio, TX.

An overview on CO2 Fire Suppression System Inspection, and "CO2 Safety Devices" for fire suppression and safety industries.

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Working with Carbon Dioxide - Educating your staff on Personal Safety Monitoring

Working with Carbon Dioxide - Educating your staff on Personal Safety Monitoring

Working around Carbon Dioxide (CO2) gases as a brewer, can be both hazardous to ones health and yet often can be confusing. Whether you are a brewer, employee, or installer, understanding a few key safety concepts and ensuring Personal Safety Monitoring in the workplace is important.

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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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National Board Inspection Code CO2 Safety Signs

The National Board Inspection Code lists specific information that must be posted wherever CO2 storage tanks are used. These signs include both English and Spanish versions. Read the text of the code here. We have created these signs that meet the code requirements when used with our Remote CO2 Storage Safety Alarm. Click the image to download the signs (pdf), then print and post.

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Why CO2 Regulations are becoming the Norm: An Update

"I’m with the Fire Marshal’s office and I’m here to inspect your CO2 monitoring system.” Have you heard those sentences yet? If you store compressed CO2 or use CO2 in your business, you will soon. Just like your fire protection inspections, health code inspections, and building inspections, CO2 monitoring inspections are NOT optional. Do you even know if your state or town requires a monitor by code? You should. As an update to our June 2014 article about the rise in CO2 monitoring regulations here are a few helpful resource notes for you to check if you are required to...

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