CET has launched a brand new non-dispersive infrared, dual beam gas detector for accurate, low level detection of a wide variety of refrigerants, including A2L refrigerants, SF6 and CO2 (R744).

One key safety issue that data centers face is the buildup of hydrogen gas in the battery rooms. Hydrogen gas detectors are essential to ensure the safety of people and property.

Advancements in gas detection technology has made energy and cost management possible by connecting the two systems together and putting the gas detection system in the driver’s seat to run the ventilation system on demand.

Gas detectors play a crucial role in building automation and control systems, providing real-time data on a range of factors that impact the safety and comfort of building occupants.

CO2 is naturally occurring all around us and in low concentrations it is not the least harmful. However, CO2 has the potential to exist in unhealthy concentrations in a multitude of applications which requires gas detectors to monitor concentration levels for human occupancy (life safety) and general health and safety.

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It only takes a spark to start a fire or cause an explosion, especially when flammable gases or vapours are present under the right conditions.

CET offers CO2 gas detectors for indoor air quality and for life, health and safety applications with various ranges, units of measure and alarm levels that are fully programmable in the field.

Most malfunctions are discovered at the time of calibration or bump testing, meaning at some point between calibrations the gas monitor manifested a problem.

Ammonia is a corrosive, toxic gas or liquid used in manufacturing and refrigeration. Exposure to high levels of ammonia can be fatal. Learn the ins and outs about ammonia gas detection systems here.