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Hidden Person Detection and CO2 Monitor

Application Background

Security and border forces globally are deployed to search for stowaways. Our hidden person detectors are designed to measure changes in low levels of Carbon Dioxide are implemented as an indicator of human presence.

How our instruments are being used

Gas Data hidden person detectors are used by border forces to analyse Carbon Dioxide alterations in shipping containers and haulage trucks. They are also used by prison officers to analyse potential escapees and police forces to detect human presence in dangerous operations. Ancillary accessories are available to make their operations more effective.

Benefit of using our instruments

Gas Data’s Hidden Person Stowaway analyser measures CO2 up to 1%. That means a high level of accuracy in low concentrations. The hidden person detector also incorporates an alarm feature to alert the user once a specified threshold has been passed.

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Hidden Person Detection and CO2 MonitorGFM 226

 

CO2 Gas Monitor

Application Background

Constant ventilation and control of carbon dioxide levels are two of the key aspects to reduce the risk of health problems, such as the airborne transmission of viruses. In indoor areas particularly, other people exhaling fill the space with CO2 and there is a buildup of the gas.

How our instruments are being used

The use of our GFM 226 in indoor spaces such as, shops, offices, warehouses, and the hospitality sector allow the user to monitor and assess the levels of CO2 in order to reduce risk. Although CO2 levels is not a measure of exposure to the virus, checking levels using a gas monitor could help identify whether the space is sufficiently ventilated.

Benefit of using our instruments

The CO2 monitor, known as the GFM 226, measures CO2 up to 10,000ppm. That means a high level of accuracy in low concentrations. The CO2 gas monitor also incorporates an alarm feature to alert the user once a specified threshold has been passed.

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CO2 MonitorGFM 226

 


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