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Do you know the dangers of oxygen defiency?

An oxygen (O2) deficiency can happen in an instant, especially when working with nitrogen (N2).

Hospitals, laboratories, and food sector work with nitrogen, to pack products or use it as a cooler.

O2 in a normal environment is normally around 20.9%vol, when a nitrogen leak is present, the oxygen levels will quickly decrease under the 18%Vol. This level of oxygen will immediately pose a threat to the health of anyone present. To quickly detect a leak, the WatchGas PDM series can be programmed to warn the user at a pre-set threshold.

Want to know more about the PDM, PDM+, or the applications? Get in touch or contact your nearest WatchGas distributor.


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