Restaurants & Food

Have you been visited by a Fire Marshal or Inspector and been told to install a device to monitor for CO2 safety?  Need to meet NBIC, NFPA, IFC or OSHA regulations?

Here's what you need to protect your employees, your business and your customers. 

co2 storage safety alarm1. If you need to meet local fire codes - you'll need a CO2 storage safety monitor with audible and visual alarm and a relay to control a fan. Our CO2 Storage Safety Alarm with OSHA, TWA and optional external strobe lights meet these codes. Regulations are different in every state. Contact us to discuss your application.

co2 leak detector2. Spot check for leaks or high CO2 levels - leaks occur at the most inopportune times.  Finding a leak quickly can save you thousands of dollars in lost gas and may even save lives. Spot check CO2 lines after line cleaning as the disturbance in the line and removal of build-up often creates leaks. For example, our 5% CO2 Sample Draw Meter gives you the ability find leaks with pin-point accuracy. 

Personal 5% CO2 Safety Monitor3. Personal Safety - monitors are designed for employees who work in enclosed areas where carbon dioxide buildup may cause personal harm. Our SAN-10 Personal 5% CO2 Safety Monitor features a man down alarm that is triggered when an employee fall occurs.

If you need a basic device, consider our pSense handheld CO2 monitor. Need to alert people in an area that contains an excessive amount of carbon dioxide gas?

"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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