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Protecting Precious Cargo: Safety Monitoring at IVF and Cryogenic Facilities

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : March 27, 2020

Overview In March 2018, at two separate fertility clinics, one in Cleveland and the other in San Francisco, the cryogenic tanks storing eggs and embryos malfunctioned, resulting in devastating losses for couples hoping to conceive children. Nationwide, as of December 2019, there were more than 440 sites that store embryos or eggs in specialized storage […]

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Why Gas Distributors Play a Crucial Role in Most Everyday Businesses?

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : September 17, 2018

Inert gases power a wide range of industries, including pharmaceutical, automotive, manufacturing, and semiconductor. While argon, helium, nitrogen, and cryogenic gases have benefits and uses, there are also risks with other gases such as halogens, refrigerants, combustibles, or etching gases. Gas detectors can monitor storage areas and facilities where these gases are used to guard […]

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University Environmental Health & Safety Departments: How to Handle Compressed Nitrogen and Cryogenics

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : May 09, 2017

*Click here to read more about product An explosion at a university research lab in Hawaii last year highlights the dangers of working with compressed gas and the need for safety equipment on campus. Learn the dangers of working with compressed gas, how an oxygen deficiency monitor can help, and campus safety best practices. Compressed […]

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Neon Gas and Where it is Used. PureAire Oxygen Deficiency Monitors for Safety and Why a Monitor May be Required?

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : January 02, 2017

Neon gas has a range of uses in industry, including in the popular business signs advertising stores as open. Explore some of the less well-known ways to use neon and learn how use of the gas may require installation of an oxygen deficiency monitor to protect worker safety.   Uses for Neon Gas Neon gas […]

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Nitrogen Demand Increases for Semiconductor: How Safe Are You?

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : November 22, 2016

As users demand ever-smaller smartphones and better televisions, semiconductor manufacturing plants are tasked with developing new products faster and using new materials. Key to the continued success of the semiconductor industry are inert gases, which include nitrogen and argon. When used safely, both nitrogen and argon play a number of important roles within the semiconductor plant. Yet, these gases poses […]

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Olympic Training: Use of Cryotherapy and Hypoxic High Altitude Training

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : August 30, 2016

Olympic athletes have been known to try some pretty strange things to enhance their performance. Major Olympic swimming star Michael Phelps has been relying on a special device for the last year, a high-altitude sleep chamber that retails for $15,000. While therapies like high-altitude training and cryotherapy can be beneficial, they do have risks. Learn […]

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Chlorine Safety and Prevention: How to Protect Yourself from Chlorine Leaks

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : May 03, 2016

  While chlorine gas is widely used in swimming pools, water treatment facilities, cleaning products, pharmaceutical products, and in many other industries, the gas is highly toxic when handled improperly. Training your workers on how to safely use chlorine is one part of health and safety best practices; monitoring your workplace for chlorine leaks is […]

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PureAire Universal Gas Monitor Receives UL Listing

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : April 05, 2016

PureAire is pleased to announce that its PureAire Universal Gas Monitor received the UL/CUL listing for models 99030 and 99031. PureAire’s Universal monitors comply with national and international safety standards, including UL 61010-1, CSA C22.2 NO. 61010-1-12-CAN/CSA, and IEC/EN 31010-1. Designed to protect against toxic gases including ammonia, bromine, chlorine, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, hydrides and other […]

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