Hands-on Service Training Course - April 27, 28 & 29
If you would like hands-on training on how to calibrate CETCI gas detectors sign up to take our course here. Other topics covered are gas detection principles, sensor types and technology, wiring procedures, test functions and application examples. For more information, click here.
Indoor Swimming Pool Gas Detection Application
Indoor swimming pools provide exercise and recreational fun for all ages. In addition to complying with indoor air quality regulations and keeping patrons and workers safe, being able to detect a leak when it happens can reduce costs that could be incurred from escaping gas and excess energy uses.
Sensor Life Expectancy
Sensors have an operational life expectancy, a shelf life for storage and a recommended calibration frequency that is commonly dependent on the type of application and environment. So just how long will a sensor last?
How often do gas cyclinders need to be replaced?
Gas Cylinders are made by different manufacturers, are available in a variety of sizes, can be disposable or refillable and filled with a low, high or pressurized concentration. Typically, three factors affect the shelf life of calibration gas.
Fixed Gas Detection vs Portable Gas Monitors
What are the advantages of having a stationary gas detection system versus portable/handheld units? Does one type "hold up" better than the other?