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6 Steps for CO2 Safety in Carbonated Beverage Industries

6 Steps for CO2 Safety in Carbonated Beverage Industries
6 simple steps for ensuring CO2 safety in the workplace. Discover how to implement these steps today. 

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Cabin Fever? It May Be Your Gas Space Heater

Cabin Fever? It May Be Your Gas Space Heater
With temperatures dipping below freezing across the United States, older furnaces can have trouble keeping homes comfortably warm. To add heat, people use un-ventilated or portable gas heaters, often called space heaters, kerosene heaters or salamander heaters. But are they safe?

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Personal CO2 Safety Monitoring Guide

Personal CO2 Safety Monitoring Guide
CO2Meter discusses Personal CO2 Safety Monitors for ensuring and protecting customers and workers who work in enclosed areas where carbon dioxide buildup may cause personal harm. The SAN-10, Personal 5% CO2 Safety Monitor is designed to alert individuals in an area that contains an excessive amount of CO2, includes audible and visual alarms and features a unique man-down alarm.

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Monitoring CO2 Levels Critical for Compost Success

Monitoring CO2 Levels Critical for Compost Success
We interview a fascinating researcher, Paul Holowko who utilizes the K30 10,000ppm CO2 Sensor to measure the metabolism of decomposition of food and plant waste, in his compost device.

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National Board Inspection Code and Signage for CO2 Monitoring

National Board Inspection Code and Signage for CO2 Monitoring
High pressure CO2 cylinders and low pressure bulk tanks used by restaurants and breweries for their soft-drink and draft beer systems are regulated by the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC). CO2-related sections here.

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