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Colorado flag behind Denver skyline: Denver recently passed a new law that requires facilities that use insert gas to install oxygen deficiency monitors wherever these gases are used in excess of 100 pounds.

Oxygen Monitors now Required for Nitrogen, Argon, Helium, and CO2 use in Denver

  • By Pure Aire
  • 18th July, 2018
The Colorado city of Denver recently passed a new law that requires facilities that use insert gas to install oxygen deficiency monitors wherever these gases are used in excess of 100 pounds. Learn what the new law requires from businesses and how an oxygen sensor protects your employees, your business, and your peace of...
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Oxygen Monitor in a laboratory setting: Learn which settings commonly use an O2 monitor, how the monitor works, and why it is beneficial.

Use of Oxygen Monitors for Nitrogen, Argon, or Cryogenics and Where They Are installed

  • By Pure Aire
  • 18th July, 2018
An oxygen deficiency monitor or O2 monitor is found in many settings where colorless, odorless gases — including nitrogen, argon, CO2, and cryogenic gases — are used. Always monitoring, the oxygen detector can tell when gas levels rise above those deemed safe, and let off a timely alarm. Learn which settings commonly use an...
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Argon gas between two window panes: Learn more about benefits of using argon gas in windows and unexpected risks of the production process.

Argon Gas Fill for Windows: How it’s Made and Benefits of Argon Insulation?

  • By Pure Aire
  • 18th July, 2018
The window industry is always searching for energy efficient improvements to windows. In recent years, inert gas fills between panes of glass have increased the performance of windows by reducing air leaks. Learn more about benefits of using argon gas in windows and unexpected risks of the production process. Argon...
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Man and woman look into liquid nitrogen tank: Liquid nitrogen is frequently used in scientific research, chemistry classes, and even culinary arts nowadays.

Storing Liquid Nitrogen in Laboratories: Which Safety Precautions and Sensors Will Protect your Employees?

  • By Pure Aire
  • 18th July, 2018
Liquid nitrogen is frequently used in scientific research, chemistry classes, and even culinary arts nowadays. The substance is safe when properly stored, and as long as everyone follows safety protocols while handling the liquid nitrogen. As part of an environmental health and safety review (EHS review), learn safety considerations regarding storing liquid nitrogen in...
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Man pushing nitrogen tank through university laboratory: An explosion at a university research lab in Hawaii last year highlights the dangers of working with compressed gas and the need for safety equipment on campus.

University Environmental Health & Safety Departments: How to Handle Compressed Nitrogen and Cryogenics

  • By Pure Aire
  • 18th July, 2018
An explosion at a university research lab in Hawaii last year highlights the dangers of working with compressed gas and the need for safety equipment on campus. Learn the dangers of working with compressed gas, how an oxygen deficiency monitor can help, and campus safety best practices. Compressed Gas on Campus: Uses and Dangers Compressed...
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Additive Manufacturing Printing is made with Titanium Plasma Atomization.

Titanium Demand on Rise for Additive Manufacturing Printing: How it’s Made? Titanium Plasma Atomization

  • By Pure Aire
  • 18th July, 2018
Plasma atomization is used in many applications, including 3D printing. First developed in 1998, this technique has risen to become the industry standard process for creating reactive metal powders suitable for 3D printing. Learn how plasma atomization works and why you need an oxygen monitor to stay safe with plasma atomization. How Plasma Atomization...
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