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What is an Oxygen Depletion Monitor and Sensor?

Oxygen Depletion Alarm Monitor

Our Oxygen (O2) deficiency sensors and monitors meet the OSHA requirements that state O2 safety monitors must alert individuals if O2 levels fall below 19.5%.

These monitors also protect employees and staff from oxygen depletion hazards or asphyxiation. In addition, they give accurate visual and audible alarms should O2 levels reach a dangerous threshold. With an oxygen deficiency monitor you can ensure long-lasting protection with O2 sensing technology that lasts 5+ years.

    What are the potential dangers of cryotherapy?

    While there are many added benefits to those using cryotherapy, such as treating injuries or reducing inflammation - there are also risks involved. The main risks of cryotherapy are exposure to nitrogen which is used to chill the air to extremely low temperatures. At these temperatures, nitrogen, oxygen, helium, and argon all become liquids. With the exception of oxygen, all of these gases are asphyxiating.

    An asphyxiate gas is a nontoxic or minimally toxic gas that reduces or displaces the normal oxygen concentration in breathing air. Breathing oxygen-depleted air can lead to death by asphyxiation or suffocation. Making the need for oxygen depletion monitoring, vital.

    What is a cryogenic oxygen monitor used for?

    Oxygen deficiency monitors are capable of measuring and detecting the oxygen level in the air. If the oxygen level falls below the typical atmospheric level of 20.9%, the deficiency monitor will sound an alarm and activate relays that can be used to operate building management systems or ventilation fans.

    Read more about Oxygen Depletion Deficiency Alarm Monitoring.

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