Read our May 2022 newsletter to learn about our new Refrigerant Leak Detector that will be launching soon. Our May newsletter will also feature a new blog post about different mounting heights for specific detectors. The May newsletter will also feature Macurco’s Q1 Employee of the Quarter, positions open at Macurco Gas Detection, and our Q2 volunteer event. Read this month’s article to stay up to date with Macurco products and the team!
Read our June 2022 newsletter to learn about our new TracXP Wireless Application Page that was recently launched. This month’s newsletter also features our new CM-E1 YouTube video that has step-by-step instructions on how to field test the Macurco (CM-E1) Carbon Monoxide monitor. The June newsletter also features our June employee spotlight, positions open at Macurco Gas Detection, and our calendar with upcoming exhibitions. Don’t forget to check out this month’s newsletter!
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The solution to pollution is dilution. The solution to vehicle exhaust in vehicle repair facilities is dilution with “fresh” air drawn in by fans, louvers and doors until reaching an acceptable gas concentration. Macurco gas detectors provide automatic exhaust fan control to help maintain acceptable levels of Carbon Monoxide (CO), Combustible Gases (EX) or Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) in parking garages.
CO2 and Beverage Dispensing
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) has become a main topic of discussion within the commercial industry. CO2 is found in many commercial applications such as restaurants, gas stations, bars and many more.
Electrical Area Classification
Electrical area classification is required by governmental bodies, such as OSHA and compliance is enforced. The National Electrical Code and NFPA 70 define area classification and installation principles. Division and Zone Classification locations are defined as the following:
Gas Detection for Wastewater Treatment Plants
Wastewater treatment (also called sewage treatment) facilities take disturbed or unhealthy water and make it environmentally safe. This water which can contain chemicals, oils and human waste, endures a process of cleansing which consists of chemicals and toxins that can become a potential threat to personnel at the facility or the facility itself.
Portable Monitoring – Combustible Gas (LEL)
Portable combustible gas monitors, commonly referred to as LEL monitors, are instruments used to detect hazardous levels of a combustible gas or vapor in air.
Confined Space Entry
Roughly 2 people won’t make it home this week due to Confined Space Accidents.
Gas Detection for your Mechanical System
A building’s mechanical system is the heartbeat of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. These areas include utility plants, boiler and chiller rooms, mechanical or electrical rooms and fuel rooms. Many states are adopting laws that require the monitoring of these potentially hazardous environments.
Gas Detection for the Cannabis Industry
With the increase of States legalizing marijuana for recreational and medicinal use, there has been a similar increase in the number of incidents caused by these Marijuana Grow Operations (MGO’s). The two categories regarding gas detection include explosion/fire fueled by combustible gases, and asphyxiation due to Oxygen (O2) displacement from Carbon Dioxide (CO2) leaks.
Carbon Dioxide CO2
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is the primary greenhouse gas emitted through human activities. CO2 is present in the atmosphere as part of the earth’s natural cycle.
Macurco Addressable Controller
Modbus is a commonly used communications protocol. Communications devices must agree on many aspects of the data to be exchanged before successful transmission can occur. Communication protocols are formal descriptions of digital message formats and rules.
Carbon Monoxide Detection in Schools
Across the United States there are only a few states that have carbon monoxide codes for schools. Unfortunately it takes a catastrophic accident before school officials, government officials, safety personnel, and parents take the necessary action to ensure students and staff are safe in schools.