Portland, Oregon played host to the INDO EXPO August 5-6 at the Portland Expo Center on the Columbia River. Ray and Josh were there to show CO2Meter’s line of sensors, grow controllers, safety alarms, and personal safety alarms to thousands of local and national indoor growing businesses and direct customers. While the majority of the attendees were local and regional, some traffic was national and even international. Quite a few Canadians even slipped across the boarder and stopped by to inquire about CO2 monitoring and detection. The INDO EXPO is split into two separate days: the first day is strictly...
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The worst fear of a restaurant, bar or venue owner is an accident or injury in their establishment. While an owner or manager considers each incident from the from the point of view of the victims, employees and the business, they may not see it from the perspective of the emergency first-responders that are called in when an incident occurs. This is why we noticed this recent report from the National Firefighter Near-Miss Program run by the International Association of Fire Chiefs. In the report, the fire chief describes how his crew responded to a 911 possible heart attack call....
"It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye" is an old saying from Ancient Rome. The only rule during wrestling matches was, "No eye gouging." Everything else was allowed. The only way to be disqualified was to poke someone's eye out. The same thing applies to brewing beer. “It’s all fun and games until someone is overcome by CO2” might be an appropriate phrase. At craft brew trade shows, we’ve spoken to dozens of people who have either succumbed to carbon dioxide in a beer tank or they know someone who has. Most of the time it’s told...
The K-33 ICB 30% CO2 Sensor model SE-0026 by SenseAir is designed to measure up to 30% CO2 by volume. It is useful for biological or scientific applications where artificially high levels of CO2 must be maintained in an enclosed apparatus. However, some of our clients who purchased the 30% sensor were looking for a balance between measuring higher levels of CO2 and accuracy. That’s why we’ve just introduced the K-33 ICB 10% (100,000ppm) CO2 sensor model SE-0025 and CM-0058 Sensor Development Kit. The K33 ICB 10% CO2 sensor is also a tube-in/tube-out sampling sensor. It has the same...
We rarely get customers that come to our office and warehouse to buy products. We aren’t like Target or Best Buy. So having a Grand Reopening Party and ribbon cutting seemed foolish. Sorry – no giant scissors either! But as the premier online location for education about carbon dioxide and the sale of CO2 detection and monitoring devices our website is a HUGE deal. Consider the ribbon cut and the confetti to be flying high! Welcome to the brand new www.CO2Meter.com. Our team of graphic designers, copywriters, technical experts, and marketing gurus have been working in the background for months...
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- Atmospheric CO2
- Car Exhaust
- carbon dioxide
- carbon monoxide
- co2 controller
- CO2 meter
- CO2. Data logger
- craft breweries
- Fire Supression
- Greenhouse Gas
- grow room
- Ice Rink
- Indoor Air Quality
- Raspberry Pi
- Safety Signs
- science fair
- soil gas testing
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