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Understanding The Seriousness Of Carbon Monoxide
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is created when a hydrocarbon fuel, like wood, gas, oil or charcoal is burned. Another way it can form is if there is insufficient oxygen for the production of carbon dioxide. The latter can happen when an internal combustion engine or stove is operated in an enclosed space. If any of these happen in your place of business, carbon monoxide testing is vital. Even a little exposure can inhibit the blood’s ability to bring oxygen to the tissues of the body, including vital organs. High concentration levels can actually kill a person within minutes. Moderate exposure levels often lead to headaches, confusion, dizziness, fainting or nausea. Lower levels tend to cause shortness of breath, as long as potential long term health issues. You can see why a carbon monoxide detection system is something most companies cannot do without.
Electrochemical sensors are a reliable way to detect carbon monoxide. While it’s true that lower cost versions are available for residential use and small businesses, our clients come from industries that maintain facilities too large for these products. Trust your CO detection to the GASMAX EC, GASMAX II and GASMAX CX monitors. These feature high quality calibrated sensors ranging from 0-50 ppm to 0-5,000 ppm and beyond, and include built in fault protection and temperature compensation. This is the ultimate in carbon monoxide testing.
In addition to the above benefits, our detection products can alert you to carbon monoxide propane incidents. The sensors can warn you of a fire before you even see the smoke, and are appropriate for use in coal mines and coal-fired power plants. If you are concerned about carbon monoxide propane dangers, get in touch with GDS Corp.
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As a gas and flame detector for the commercial and industrial sectors, we specialize in a wide range of products for large and small clients. These people come to us from the marine, water and waste water, oil and gas, semiconductor, chemical processing, municipal, offshore and many other industries. In every case, we strive to develop safe, cost effective, easy to use and reliable systems. If a carbon monoxide meter is what you need, look no further than our experts.
Please take a few minutes to fill in our online inquiry questionnaire, or feel free to call one of the numbers listed on our site’s contact page. We are serious about ensuring the success of your change control process, and detecting dangerous levels of CO2 in your facility. Call today!
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