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June 2018

In This Issue...

- Check Out Our New Website!

- Refrigeration Safety Standards Simplified

- Understanding CETCI's Communication Protocols

- Detect Equipment Failure with the LPT-A-VLT

Check Out Our New Website!

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website! Along with an updated look and feel, our goal is to make finding what you're looking for easier and quicker. Be sure to check it out and tell us what you think!

Refrigerants & Ammonia Safety Standards Simplified

Having difficulty getting through the legalease? Here's a simplified explanation and comparison of the gas detection requirements specified in the CSA B52 Code and ASHRAE Standard 15.

Understanding CETCI's Communication Protocols

BACnet or Modbus? WAN or LAN? Find out what communication protocols CETCI's digital devices use to communicate with each other and with a BAS, DDC or some other type of control panel.

Detect Equipment Failure in Ammonia Vent Stack Applications

The Ammonia Vent Line detector is designed for continuous monitoring of ammonia levels in the vent line of refrigeration systems. Mount indoors on the vent relief stack or outside on the relief header. For information on how to calibrate the VLT, refer to the manual.

How to Bump Test an Ammonia Sensor

CETCI Product Family Brochure English, Spanish and French

Notice of Change

Our factory default alarm setpoints for Ammonia are now:

Low = 25 ppm
Mid = 35 ppm
High = 250 ppm

June 18 - 19 Service Training Course

Our next Service Training Course is in Waterloo, Ontario. Register Now

Interactive Webinars

We offer Webinars! Topics and scheduling vary and may be tailored to specific requests. Find out more

Recent Updates

Transmitter Comparison Chart
Controller Comparison Chart

Ammonia Vent Line Manual

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