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Nov 25, 2015 - Articles
Monitoring Ozone (in the air) in Hatcheries and Fish Farms

Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc, (CETCI) offers strategic and reliable gas detection solutions for many applications, including ozone gas detection in the aquaculture industry.

Nov 25, 2015 - Articles
Monitoring Ethylene (C2H4) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in Ripening Rooms

Ethylene is not harmful to humans in the concentrations used in ripening rooms. The cause for concern is for the safety of the fruits and vegetables. In addition, ethylene is a very reactive and flammable gas, making the potential for an explosion a safety concern. 

Nov 25, 2015 - Articles
Bubbles That Lead to Troubles

Where there is a soda dispensing machine, close by is at least one cylinder of carbon dioxide (CO2). This odourless, colorless and potentially harmful gas is used to create fizzy, carbonated soft drinks enjoyed at fast food chains, restaurants, corner stores, sports arenas, grocery stores and many other venues. 

Jul 28, 2015 - Articles
Residential vs Commercial Gas Detectors

While it might be tempting to buy the cheaper residential gas detector, there are some important differences in performance, diagnostics, regulatory standards, and configurability that makes using residential models in commercial or industrial environments insufficient, dangerous and unlawful.

Jul 28, 2015 - Articles
What is the Difference Between Explosion Proof and Intrinsically Safe Gas Detectors?

Gas detectors for hazardous location applications must meet strict codes and standards, including requiring the equipment to be either explosion proof or intrinsically safe. What is the difference between these two methods of explosion protection?

Mar 26, 2015 - Articles
Gas Detection in Public Swimming Pool Facilities

Recreational facilities’ indoor swimming pools provide a venue for exercise, competition and fun for all ages as patrons splash, swim, dive and float around in the crystal clear water. To keep the water fit to swim in requires a disinfectant maintenance program commonly using Chlorine, or Chlorine and Ozone. An appropriate gas detection system should be put in place to continuously monitor and alarm if the gas levels reach concentrations that risk human health and safety.

Feb 13, 2015 - Articles
Monitoring Multiple Gas Hazards in Ice Arenas

What is a Canadian winter without ice hockey, figure skating or curling? While outdoor skating opportunities are a delight only Mother Nature can provide, community recreational facilities with ice arenas are plentiful and well attended. But there could be dangers present in this place of cheers, whistles and shots on net. 

Feb 13, 2015 - Articles
Gas Detection in Recreation Facilities: Can the same detector work for pools and arenas?

It is not uncommon for the same recreational facility to offer both skating and swimming amenities, two very different environments with different potential gas hazards. Given the fact that there is a possibility of 6 different types of gas to monitor and the large area between the two types of facilities, a single detector will not provide the monitoring requirements for both areas. It is recommended that two separate gas detection systems be set up.