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Detection

What, Where, and How Much?

Unfortunately, even the most sophisticated detection and alarm systems have one inherent drawback: no alarm is of any value if no one is around to hear it and respond appropriately.

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CO Dangers Found in the Workplace

Carbon monoxide is a common industrial hazard resulting from the incomplete combustion of material containing carbon such as natural gas, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane, coal, or wood.

Axis Addressable CO Detector

Advanced's upgraded addressable carbon monoxide (CO) detector and low frequency sounder base has been designed to meet NFPA / UL low-frequency signalling standards for sleeping areas such as hospitals, hotels and multi-occupancy residential applications. The sounder base generates a 520 Hz tone to alert occupants of a fire or CO / life safety emergency.

Thermo Fisher's Radiation Detector

The RadEye detector responds to wider range of threats.

Checklist for Buying Radiation Detectors

I want to share some thoughts about how we could perform better as emergency responders. A 40-year career has given me plenty of experience in all aspects of this business, good and disastrous. Let’s start with equipment purchases.

Tyco SimplexGrinnell's Life Safety Tech

Tyco SimplexGrinnell strikes technology theme at the NFPA conference.

CWSI's Emergency Notification Systems

Updating your control systems need not mean discarding what is already in place.

Focus on Hazmat

If a tree falls? - the human element

CWSI's Fire Alarm Systems

CWSI alarm systems merge existing technology with new.

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