Carbon Monoxide CO Gas Detection – See How Crowcon Detects CO Gas Levels

Published 23 Sep 2016

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T&D – Suppliers of Crowcon Gas Detectors

  • By Chris Dodds : estimated reading time 3 minutes

T&D, the specialist distributor of Gas Detection, Detectors & Monitoring Equipment for CO gas detection.

Crowcon Carbon Monoxide CO Gas Detection

CO Carbon Monoxide Gas Detection

Watch, listen and learn how Crowcon, CO gas detection specialists, protect people and plant from the gas risks posed by flammable and toxic gas.

  • Carbon monoxide is a toxic gas produced by the combustion of carbon-based fuels
  • Motors running on petrol, diesel or gas all release CO into the environment
  • CO becomes flammable at 12.5% air by volume
  • CO is a chemical asphyxiant with toxic properties at low levels
  • Portable gas detectors supported by fixed systems are often recommended
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cARBON MONOXIDE GAS – 6 symptoms

Unsafe gas appliances produce a highly poisonous gas called carbon monoxide (CO). It can cause death as well as serious long term health problems such as brain damage. Carbon monoxide symptoms are similar to flu, food poisoning, viral infections and simply tiredness. That’s why it’s quite common for people to mistake this very dangerous poisoning for something else.

  1. Headaches
  2. Dizziness
  3. Nausea
  4. Breathlessness
  5. Collapse
  6. Loss of consciousness
CO Carbon Monoxide Gas Detection

You can’t see it, taste it or smell it but it can kill quickly and with no warning. Detect it with Crowcon CO Gas Detectors.

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CoGDEM is the Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring, a trade association with a membership of around sixty companies involved in the gas detection industry.

CoGDEM is recognised as the single representative voice serving the U.K.’s gas detection, analysis and monitoring industries.

In recent years, the true toxicity of CO2 in the workplace has been identified and publicised, including articles in IET by HSE and others. For example, it was common practice in the alcohol brewing and distilling process industry just twenty years ago to monitor oxygen deficiency as the only means of protecting workers from exposure to excessive CO2. However, it had to be pointed out that oxygen levels may only be very slightly depressed by the time a CO2 concentration exceeded Workplace Exposure Limits. In the UK the HSE’s EH40 document shows the WELs for CO2 to be 0.5% (8-hour LTEL) and 1.5% (15-minute STEL). These levels indicate that CO2 is a toxic gas in its own right, not just an asphyxiant when it displaces enough oxygen.

Detecting Carbon Monoxide With Crowcon

The following table provides an overview of the Crowcon Gas Detectors available for detecting carbon monoxide – for expert technical support and product selection guidance please call T&D Sales Engineers.

Crowcon Xgard

Crowcon Xgard INFO

Crowcon TXgard-IS+

Crowcon TXgard-IS+ INFO

Crowcon Clip

Crowcon Clip INFO

Crowcon TXgard Plus

Crowcon TXgard Plus INFO

Crowcon Gasman

Crowcon Gasman INFO

Crowcon Tetra 3

Crowcon Tetra 3 INFO

Crowcon GasPro

Crowcon GasPro INFO

Crowcon Tetra

Crowcon Tetra INFO

Crowcon Triple Plus+

Crowcon Triple Plus+ INFO

Crowcon Detective+

Crowcon Detective+ INFO

Crowcon Laser Methane Mini

Crowcon Laser Methane Mini INFO

Crowcon XgardIQ

Crowcon XgardIQ INFO

Crowcon Gas-Pro IR

Crowcon Gas-Pro IR INFO

Crowcon Gas-Pro PID

Crowcon Gas-Pro PID INFO

Crowcon T4

Crowcon T4 INFO

Crowcon Detective

Crowcon Detective INFO

Crowcon I-Test & I-Test Manager

Crowcon I-Test & I-Test Manager INFO

Crowcon Bump & Calibration Gas

Crowcon Bump & Calibration Gas INFO

CO Gas Detection

Crowcon Hazardous Area Gas Detectors (ATEX Certified) Zone 1 & Zone 2. Contact T&D for with your enquiry.

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