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Information on these pages is to be used for reference only. Contact Toxalert International or our representatives if you have any questions regarding these topics.
Toxalert International is continually making an effort to provide the most current data but does not claim that such is possible, therefore, disclaims any and all responsibility to reflect new research, outdated data or changed government links in this web site and pre-printed materials that may result in outdated mis-information.
Application Notes
Oxygen Depletion - Application summary from Chat Room
Sensor Placement - Summary from Chat Room
Beverage Manufacturers & Dairy Companies - Use of CO2 for bottling process
Refrigerant Gas Paper - Discussion about refrigerant gases
LEED Credits - Maintaining Green with LEED Credits for CO/NO2 detection system in Public Works Building, ASHRAE Journal July 2010 Article.
Technical Bulletins
In determining the type of gas monitoring system required and locations for gas sensor placement, there are various factors that require consideration. Assessing these factors prior to equipment selection is important in preventing future potential problems that can affect proper monitoring of hazardous gas accumulations.
Density of Common Gases - A list of gases with chemical formulas and relative densities (lighter/heavier than air).
Environmental Conditions - Environmental conditions that affect sensor placement.
Sensor Technologies & Cross Sensitivity - Considerations when selecting type of sensors.
Gas Characteristics & Health Effects & data about gases; their characteristics; and some health effects.
Carbon Monoxide
Nitrogen Dioxide
Diesel Emissions
Combustible Gases
The following links are provided for your convenience and Toxalert International does not guarantee they are the most current information.
Ammonia - EPA Guideline
Carbon Monoxide - OSHA Guideline
Chlorine - OSHA Guideline
Hydrogen Chloride - OSHA Guideline
Hydrogen Cyanide - OSHA Guideline
Hydrogen Flouride - OSHA Guideline
Nitrogen Dioxide - OSHA Guideline
International Code Conference