If you purchase gas detectors, you’re responsible for ensuring that the instruments are working properly and will alert workers to potential hazards.
New lightweight two-gas monitor offers more accurate alarms and minimizes maintenance with a two-year runtime.
A Safety Manager's Guide to Peer-to-Peer Wireless Connectivity
Leading provider of gas detectors and software offers direct-to-cloud connectivity
Updates to the Ventis Pro Series make it accessible for a broader range of users and applications.
Industrial Scientific iAssign Beacons update the location of compatible devices in real-time, enabling live reminders and simplified record keeping.
Bump-N-Go cylinders simplify bump testing of gas detectors for mobile workers.
INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC | THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2018
What is the difference between carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide? - When referring to carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2), people often confuse or interchange the two. For the most part, people are aware that they are two different gases, but which one is the good one and which is the bad one, or is it even correct to classify them that way? Before getting into how and where carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide affect people and the environment and how to test for them, let’s get a basic understanding of where they come from.