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Remote CO2 Storage Safety 3 Alarm

Have you been visited by a Fire Marshal 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.

Remote CO2 Storage Safety 3 Alarm

1. If you need to meet fire codes - you'll need a CO2 storage 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, click here to learn more.

co2 leak detector 2. Spot check for leaks or high CO2 levels - 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 removal of build-up often create leaks. A CO2 Leak Detector gives you the ability to find leaks with pinpoint accuracy.

CO2 Multi Sensor Syste,3. If you have multiple CO2 areas - for those facilities who have multiple CO2 usage points, a robust system like the CO2 Multi-Sensor System is ideal. If you also have areas such as keg coolers or are in a jurisdiction with more stringent requirements; the CO2 Multi-Sensor System meets ALL state code requirements. 

Personal 5% CO2 Safety Monitor4. Personal Safety - portable gas 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.

CO2 Safety, Handling and Monitoring

CO2 is a versatile gas and it is used frequently in the food and beverage industry. As a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas it is nearly undetectable and needs to be carefully handled and monitored to prevent injuries from occurring.

What is the OSHA Limit for CO2?

OSHA has established a Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) for CO2 of 5,000 parts per million (ppm) (0.5% CO2 in air) averaged over an 8-hour work day (time-weighted average or TWA.) For more information on CO2 Safety in Restaurants, click here.

Below, we highlight the CO2 Safety Alarms that meet the OSHA requirements and comply with additional NFPA, IFC, and NBIC standards.

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Restaurant and food CO2 Meter customers

"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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