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PureAire Introduces New 0-10ppm Trace Oxygen Analyzer, with Low ppb Accuracy

  • By Pure Aire
  • 24th November, 2022
PureAire Monitoring Systems is excited to add its 0-10 parts per million(ppm) Trace Oxygen Analyzer to our full line of Oxygen Deficiency Monitors, Carbon Dioxide Monitors, and Combustible/Toxic Gas Detectors. The new Analyzer measures trace levels of oxygen across a wide variety of applications where precise, ultra-low gas concentration monitoring is...
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PureAire Introduces New 0-100 ppm Trace Oxygen Analyzer

  • By Pure Aire
  • 29th September, 2022
PureAire Monitoring Systems is excited to add its 0-100 parts per million(ppm) Trace Oxygen Analyzer to our full line of Oxygen Deficiency Monitors, Carbon Dioxide Monitors, and Combustible/Toxic Gas Detectors. The new Analyzer measures trace levels of oxygen across a wide variety of applications that require real-time, ultra-low gas concentration monitoring...
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PureAire Introduces New Dual Oxygen/Carbon Dioxide Monitor

  • By Pure Aire
  • 27th September, 2022
PureAire Monitoring Systems is excited to introduce its new Dual Oxygen/Carbon Dioxide Monitor, an important addition to our full line of Oxygen Deficiency Monitors, Carbon Dioxide Monitors, and Combustible/Toxic Gas Detectors.  Our new Monitor is designed for continuous monitoring of oxygen and carbon dioxide levels  across a wide variety of applications, including cryogenic facilities,...
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Thermal Vacuum Chambers: A Must Have for Space Exploration

  • By Pure Aire
  • 16th July, 2022
On October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite into space, thus ushering in the Space Age. Since then, over 8,000 satellites have been launchedfrom more than 50 countries. According to Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, at the end of 2021 there were around 5,000 active...
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Monitoring Off-Gasses to Guard Against Thermal Runaway Risk with Li-Ion Batteries

  • By Pure Aire
  • 2nd April, 2022
Lithium-Ion Batteries Rechargeable lithium-ion (“li-ion”) batteries (comprised of cells in which lithium ions move from a negative electrode through an electrolyte to a positive electrode during discharge—and the other way around when charging) were first described conceptually in the 1970s. Following initial prototype development in the 1980s, li-ion batteries became commercially viable in subsequent decades, and...
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Toxic and Combustible Gasses – Safety is Paramount

  • By Pure Aire
  • 12th February, 2022
On January 31, 2022, a fire at a North Carolina fertilizer manufacturing facility caused officials to urge residents living nearby to stay away from their homes due to an increased risk of a possible explosion at the facility. People with respiratory issues were likewise advised to take precautions to minimize their potential exposure to...
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