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PureAire Monitoring Systems Obtains UL/CUL Listings on All Oxygen Deficiency Monitors

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : July 30, 2013

  PureAire Monitoring Systems manufactures and distributes oxygen monitors for safety, and as of July 2013, most monitors now include UL/CUL listings.  Their monitors make sure oxygen remains at a safe and breathable level in areas that utilize gasses such as nitrogen, dry ice, helium, and argon. These gases, commonly known as cryogenic gases, can […]

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PureAire Combines Oxygen and CO2 Sensors to provide a Dual Gas Monitor to the Marketplace

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : April 30, 2013

As a recognized leader in O2 safety monitoring, PureAire recently explored the need for an O2 monitor where carbon dioxide is used. There are four key cryogenic gases; nitrogen, helium, argon, and carbon dioxide (CO2), which can create an oxygen deficient atmosphere.   Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) covering cryogenic gases cite that a cryogenic leak […]

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Is your company using Nitrogen or other Cryogenic gases? Why PureAire Recommends an O2 Deficiency Monitor for Safety.

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : March 17, 2017

To Buy Product, “Click Here“ PureAire Monitoring Systems, Inc. focuses solely on safety in the workplace, and in laboratory environments. Oxygen deficiency monitors are used in areas using Nitrogen, Helium, Argon, and Carbon Dioxide. PureAire strongly recommends an oxygen deficiency monitor to be installed anywhere cryogenic gases are being stored. The purpose of an oxygen […]

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MRI Trends: From 12 to over 25k Location Since 1980

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : March 14, 2017

Helium gas is something most people feel fairly familiar with.  Children are enthralled with the magical beauty of a floating balloon, watching it reach toward the sky and hoping not to lose their grip on the string.  Helium feels safe, and while people surround themselves with flying wonders filled with this lightweight gas, the real […]

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