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Industrial CO2 Safety

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What Are the Steps for Gas Safety?

When it comes to hazardous gas in the workplace, their are a combination of best practices and safety trainings that should be adhered to. These processes reinforce the controlled use and proper containment of potential dangerous gases like carbon dioxide, oxygen, liquid nitrogen, carbon monoxide, and others. 

Read more about compressed gas safety here.

What is a CO2 Safety System?

A CO2 safety system is a system designed to monitor, detect and control the levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in a given environment.

With CO2Meter's CO2 safety systems individuals can monitor carbon dioxide levels and detect leaks protecting facilities and offices from overexposure. Our CO2 safety alarms hold one central unit that can manage several CO2 sensors at once. Learn more.

In industrial settings, CO2 is often used as a refrigerant, and in some cases, it can escape into the surrounding area, creating a potentially hazardous situation. A CO2 safety system is used to detect and control the level of CO2 in such environments, helping to prevent accidents and ensure the safety of workers and the general public.

The CO2 safety system typically includes sensors that measure the concentration of CO2 in the air and trigger an alarm if the level exceeds a certain threshold. The system may also activate ventilation systems or other controls to reduce the concentration of CO2 in the area.

Does a CO2 safety alarm work for CO or other gases?

Unfortunately, the answer is no. Carbon dioxide safety alarms use specific NDIR CO2 sensors to detect the levels of CO2 gas in the atmosphere only. Different sensors are required to measure carbon monoxide (CO) or other gases.

What are the advantages of a CO2 gas detector?

Remote CO2 Storage Safety 3 Alarm

CO2 gas detectors are commonly used for safety in facilities such as cold storage warehouses, food processing plants, and breweries where high levels of CO2 may be present. These detectors help prevent the risk of gas leaks and ensures code compliance for your facility. Learn more about the dangers of CO2 and how to stay compliant with the CO2 safety standards.

The devices below all meet NFPA, IFC, and NBIC standards as they pertain to gas safety requirements.

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"Easy to install, easy to set up, and easy calibration - just what I was looking for."

- Phillip Farrar
Water Plant Superintendent

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