CETCI Service Training Program - Coming Soon!
We are excited to announce that this year we will be offering Service Training Courses to qualitfied contractors and technicians who install and service fixed gas detection equipment. Stay tuned for more information on when, where and how much.
Are you a CETCI Dealer? Do you have project references you would like to share?
We are listening to you! Following up on a suggestion from our recent AHR Chicago Dealer Breakfast Meeting (from one of our dealers), we would like to create a section on our website to post our dealers' project reference lists. We agree that this could be a great tool for our dealers to increase sales and provide instant credibility with new customers. If you have a list to share, contact Rebecca Erickson at email@example.com or 604-940-8741.
Monitoring Multiple Gas Hazards in Ice Arenas
Ice arenas should be filled with cheers, whistles, triple sow cows, shots on net and healthy, breathable air. However, there are several types of gas hazards to be found in multiple locations in an indoor ice arena.
What and where are they?
Gas Detection in Recreational Facilities: Can the same detector work for pools and arenas?
Many recreation facilities offer swimming and skating programs, sometimes in the same building, sometimes in separate buildings. Given the fact that there are up to six different types of gases to monitor in large, segregated areas, let's look at an example of what you may need.
Now Available: SCC Self Contained Controller for CO & NO2 Detection in Car Parks
The SCC is designed for various types of parking garage applications, from simple carbon monoxide detection to carbon monoxide plus nitrogen dioxide or propane or hydrogen detection. It has two relays, 4-20 mA input, internal audible alarm, LED panel and is powered by either 90 - 240 AC line voltage. Product Video