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Nitrogen Blanketing

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : May 07, 2020

What is Nitrogen Blanketing? Nitrogen (N2) blanketing is a process by which nitrogen is added to fill the headspace (the area between the fill line of a tank’s contents and the top of the storage vessel) to eliminate oxygen and moisture from storage tanks. Nitrogen is commonly used to blanket due to its extremely low […]

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Fast, Frozen, Convenience – Tunnel Freezers

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : November 20, 2019

Frozen foods first became commercially viable in the 1930s, thanks in large part to Clarence Birdseye. He is credited with inventing the double-belt freezer, the forerunner to modern quick-freeze technology, which includes the tunnel freezers used by most major food processors in North America. Frozen foods offer many benefits to today’s busy consumers, including convenience; […]

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Cryotherapy – Baby It’s Cold Inside

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : July 18, 2019

Cryotherapy Cryotherapy (also known as cold therapy) is broadly defined as the use of very cold temperatures for medical or general wellness purposes.  Modern cryotherapy (which comes from the Greek kyro, meaning “cold” and therapeia,  meaning “healing”) can be traced back thousands of years, and some form of it was practiced by the ancient Greeks, […]

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Freeze-Dried Food…Dogs Eat It Up

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : June 25, 2019

Overview As dog owners, we treat our pets as we do our children, taking care that the food we give them is not only filling and nutritious but contains only high-quality ingredients sourced and processed in ways that meet our exacting standards. For many owners, far in the past are the days of grabbing any […]

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New requirements for safe use and storage of liquid nitrogen and dry ice

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : April 20, 2019

The College of American Pathologists (“CAP”) recently imposed new requirements to address risks related to the use and storage of liquid nitrogen (“LN2”) and dry ice. Background The new requirements come after a deadly incident in 2017, when liquid nitrogen leaked at a Georgia lab that was not accredited through CAP.  Emergency responders were called […]

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IVF Cryopreservation and Safe Handling Practices

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : April 02, 2019

Couples that want to have a baby but have not been able to conceive naturally are drawn to invitro fertilization (IVF) treatments. In an IVF treatment, several eggs are fertilized at once, which creates multiple embryos. While more than one embryo may be implanted, to spur the odds of pregnancy, there are inevitably some unused […]

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New Solar Cell Technology to Help lower prices for the consumer

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : February 22, 2019

Inkjet Perovskite solar cells may help shape the future of energy production by lowering costs, and transparency. Solar panels used to be costly and time-consuming to produce—and quite expensive on the consumer side. New technologies have driven costs as well as production time down, to the benefit of consumers. See what’s new with solar panels […]

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How Many O2 Monitors Do I Need? Installation Height and More.

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : February 04, 2019

While OSHA regulations require the use of an oxygen monitor anywhere that compressed gases or cryogenic liquids are used or stored indoors, the regulation does not provide sufficient detail for facilities on how to set up am oxygen monitor. Businesses want to comply with the regulations, but are left wondering what compliance looks like. At PureAire, we’re […]

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What is a Room Oxygen Deficiency Monitor?

  • By : PureAire Monitoring Systems
  • Posted on : March 24, 2020

Many industries use compressed gas to create products. While compressed gases such as nitrogen are low-cost, easy to use, and flexible in a range of industries, these gases have a hidden downside: They displace oxygen from the air, which puts your workers at risk of suffocation if there’s a leak. A room oxygen monitor checks […]

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