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Refrigerant Leak Detection Systems for Chiller Rooms

Refrigerant Leak Detection Systems for Chiller Rooms

Chiller rooms can be found in virtually all types of commercial buildings (including hospitals, office buildings, and residential buildings) to regulate temperatures and keep mechanical and electrical equipment running properly.  Refrigerant gases such as R134A, R744, and R717 are integral to chiller operations, so there is always a risk of refrigerant leaks in chiller rooms. […]

Gas Detection Solutions for Cannabis Extraction & Processing

Gas monitoring is crucial in cannabis extraction and processing labs to prevent combustion or poisoning, but the sheer number of gas detection solutions available can make it difficult to make a prompt decision. At the same time, marijuana plants can’t afford to choose a subpar gas detector when the safety risks are so high. The […]

Ethanol Monitoring Solutions for Distilleries & Breweries

The fermentation process necessary for crafting beer and spirits produces a dangerous gas called ethanol, which means that ethanol is likely present in most breweries and distilleries across the country. Monitoring ethanol levels is crucial to maintain the well-being of employees and customers alike, requiring a reliable gas detection solution.  ENMET EX-6100 Series The EX-6100 […]

Parking Garages and Carbon Monoxide Gas Detection Sensors

Parking Garages and Carbon Monoxide Gas Detectors Parking garages, maintenance bays, and other areas that will have vehicles running in an enclosed space must be ventilated to prevent the build-up of carbon monoxide and other dangerous gases from vehicle exhaust.  In the past these areas had been fitted with very large ventilation fans that would […]

FAQ: Gas Detection & Calibration Questions Answered

FAQ: Gas Detection & Calibration Questions Answered

Frequently Asked Questions: What is Gas Detector Calibration? Gas detector calibration is a requirement for all gas sensors.  It is the act of exposing a sensor to the target gas in a specific concentration, and then adjusting the detector to read that gas concentration properly.  Many sensors also require the use of zero gas to […]