Products/Services for Carbon Dioxide Detection Liquid
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyzers - (60 companies)
Dissolved CO2 Instruments - (39 companies)
Laboratory and Calibration Gases - (79 companies)
Industrial Gases - (343 companies)
Gas Sensors - (571 companies)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Lasers - (56 companies)
Fire Suppression Systems - (260 companies)...fire by interrupting chemical reaction at the fire triangle; carbon dioxide systems that extinguish fire by removing oxygen and heat with a cold discharge; clean agent fire suppression systems that utilize halogenated extinguishers to suppress... Learn More
Activated Carbon - (91 companies)
Nanomaterials - (294 companies)
Refrigerants, Antifreezes, and Cooling Liquids - (210 companies)
Product News for Carbon Dioxide Detection Liquid
ACME Engineering Products, Inc.
Acme's CO2 Carbon Dioxide Gas Detection Monitor ACME Engineering's state-of-the-art instrument measures Carbon Dioxide (CO2) concentrations in the parts per million range (PPM)and is ideal for applications ranging from conference rooms to home gyms. The CO2-2000 is easy to install and support. Measurement output is via a 4-20 mA current loop or a 0-10V interface. Low power consumption makes the CO2-2000 perfect for battery-operated or other power sensitive applications. A clear, bright LCD display option is readable from any angle... (read more)Browse Gas Instruments Datasheets for ACME Engineering Products, Inc.
Valcor Engineering Corporation
Solenoid Valve for Liquid Carbon Dioxide (LCO2) The SV91 all welded leak-tight SS construction has a straight-thru flow path that provides high flow in a compact size. Its direct-acting shear seal design insures positive shifting and sealing unlike piloted valves that tend to fail in the open position. Valcor Scientific developed a free-flow design internally that minimizes the transformation of LCO2 to a solid or "snow". This feature along with the direct-acting shear seal, make the SV91 from Valcor Scientific one of the most reliable... (read more)Browse Cryogenic Equipment Datasheets for Valcor Engineering Corporation
Sierra Monitor Corporation
Smart Carbon Dioxide Gas Detector The Sierra Monitor Model 5100-88-IT Carbon Dioxide Smart Gas Detector utilizes smart sensor technology to provide the user with more than just another carbon dioxide gas sensor. This network-enabled gas detector includes: Extended calibration frequencies only requiring calibration every 12 months, cutting normal calibration requirements in half. Non-intrusive, one-person calibration for easy calibration. User-friendly, 8-character, fixed and scrolling LED display for ease of set-up... (read more)Browse Gas Sensors Datasheets for Sierra Monitor Corporation
Mettler-Toledo Process Analytics
Dissolved carbon dioxide sensor InPro 5000 i – The most intelligent way to measure dissolved CO2. Optimum yield in bacteria fermentation is strongly related to the proper control of CO2 partial pressure.In cell culture applications, mammalian cells depend on a set of specific environmental conditions within a narrow definition in order to survive and to ensure optimal growth. INGOLD's extensive experience in offering high quality measuring solutions for biotechnology and pharmaceutical applications has been implemented... (read more)Browse Dissolved CO2 Instruments Datasheets for Mettler-Toledo Process Analytics
General Monitors, Inc.
Reliable Carbon Dioxide Point IR Detector Offering reliable gas detection performance with low maintenance, the rugged Model IR700 Infrared Carbon Dioxide Point Detector from General Monitors requires no routine calibration and provides complete control room status and control capability for monitoring CO2 at the ppm level. The Model IR700 features a precision IR point sensingelement that offers reliable protection against the hazards of carbon dioxide gas leaks. The IR700 features a true fail-to-safe design... (read more)Browse Gas Sensors Datasheets for General Monitors, Inc.
SST Sensing Ltd.
High Speed Carbon Dioxide Sensor The CO2F-W is a high speed (20Hz) CO2 Sensor, ideally suited for applications which require capture of rapidly changing CO2 concentrations including metabolic assessment and analytical instrumentation. Features. High speed sensing (20Hz). Measurement ranges from 0 to 100% CO2. 3.3V Supply. Low power requirement (35mW). Flow through adapter available. Specifications. Sensing Method: Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) absorption. Operating Ranges: 0-5%, 0-20%, 0-60%, 0-100%. Accuracy: +/- 70ppm +/- 5%... (read more)Browse Gas Sensors Datasheets for SST Sensing Ltd.
GAS SENSOR for CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTION The SB-500-12 is a tin dioxide semiconductor gas sensor which has an excellent performance in CO detection. Using a mini-bead type sensing element with a periodic temperature change operation method, high sensitivity, selectively, small effect from humidity and other remarkable characteristics have been achieved. The SB-500-12 realizes the development of reliable CO detection devices. Download PDF. (read more)Browse Gas Sensors Datasheets for FIS Inc.
Liqui-Cel® Contactors for carbon dioxide removal For years, many industries have used Liqui-Cel ® Contactors for carbon dioxide removal from water. Systems utilizing RO and EDI or CDI technologies need to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the water. High inlet conductivity levels into an EDI or CDI device will reduce the resistivity of the outlet water. A common cause of the high conductivity is dissolved carbon dioxide. Membrane contactors provide a clean, maintenance free method to remove carbon dioxide from water without any... (read more)Browse Laboratory Degassers Datasheets for Membrana GmbH
Vaisala Releases a New Carbon Dioxide Probe The Vaisala CARBOCAP ® Carbon Dioxide Probe GMP231 has been released. The GMP231 is designed to provide incubator manufacturers with accurate and reliable carbon dioxide measurements and sterilization durability at high temperatures. The probe is based on Vaisala's patented CARBOCAP ® technology and features a new type of infrared (IR) light source, Microglow. With Microglow, the performance of CARBOCAP ® sensors has been even further improved. Microglow represents next... (read more)Browse Gas Instruments Datasheets for Vaisala
Dwyer Instruments Inc.
CDTR Carbon Dioxide/RH/Temperature Transmitter Series CDTR Carbon Dioxide, Relative Humidity and Temperature Transmitters reduce the number of sensors mounted on a wall or in a duct. By combining CO2, RH, and temperature in one device, system integrators are able to lower installation time of mounting multiple housings, while lowering material cost at the same time. Even with the three sensors combined into a single unit, replacement cost is not increased due to the pluggable nature of the humidity sensor, which allows it or the temperature... (read more)Browse Gas Transmitters Datasheets for Dwyer Instruments Inc.
Parts by Number for Carbon Dioxide Detection Liquid
|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|CircleSafe ® 778A||Circle Systems, Inc.||Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Supplies and Accessories||stressed component parts. Its ultra-bright, ultra-sensitive particles allow for excellent detection. This aerosol is packaged in a carbon dioxide propellant for odor-free, fume-free, non-combustible inspection.|
|CircleSafe ® 850A||Circle Systems, Inc.||Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Supplies and Accessories||concentration provides heavier indication buildup for easy detection. CircleSafe ® 850A can be further enhanced when used with a black light or blue light. This aerosol is packaged in a carbon dioxide propellant for odor-free, fume-free, non-combustible inspection.|
...and / or explosion e.g. Methane, Butane, Propane. Toxic . Risk of Poisoning e.g. Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen, Carbon Dioxide,. Chlorine. Asphyxiant. Risk of suffocation e.g. Oxygen deficiency. Oxygen can be consumed or displaced. by another gas. Flammable Gas Hazards. Combustion is a fairly simple...
...main types of gas hazard - Flammable, Toxic and Asphyxiant. . . Flammable . Risk of fire and / or explosion e.g. Methane, Butane, Propane. Toxic . Risk of Poisoning e.g. Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen, Carbon Dioxide,. Chlorine. Asphyxiant. Risk of suffocation e.g. Oxygen deficiency. Oxygen can...
...and Asphyxiant. . . Flammable . Risk of fire and / or explosion e.g. Methane, Butane, Propane. Toxic . Risk of Poisoning e.g. Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen, Carbon Dioxide,. Chlorine. Asphyxiant. Risk of suffocation e.g. Oxygen deficiency. Oxygen can be consumed or displaced. by another gas. Flammable Gas...
...acid is added to the sample, dropping its pH to approximately 2.0. At this point, the IC is converted to carbon dioxide (CO2) gas, which is stripped out of the liquid by a sparge carrier gas. The remaining inorganic carbon-free sample is then delivered to the Oxidation Chamber. 24904 Small Paper...
...and Control. Petro. Analyze Naphtha Quality in Crude Distillation Unit. Fuel Analysis: Water Detection in Jet Fuel, Diesel Fuel, and Gasoline. Liquefied Petroleum Gas Pipeline Color Monitoring. Color of Refined Fuels. Power. Trace Lube Oil in Cooling Water. Pulp and Paper. Inline Chlorine Dioxide...
...produces water and. two elements are fixed resistors and two are. atmospheric “window” where no IR active. carbon dioxide; halogenated hydrocarbons. exposed filaments or pelements that are. gases are normally present. Infrared energy is. such as methyl chloride or difluoroethane. exposed to atmosphere...
...specific to a particular target gas. NDIR sensors are also extremely stable, quick to respond to gas and can tolerate long calibration intervals. Infrared sensors are commonly used to detect methane, carbon dioxide and nitric oxides in both portable and fixed gas detection instrumentation. Metal Oxide...
The gas was to be. converted into a usable source of heat. for the greenhouse, especial y during the. winter months, and into a source of CO. 2. to enrich the hydroponic tomatoes grown. there. In turn, the renewable source of. carbon dioxide, present in the biogas,. would eliminate the costs...
...facilities. "Effects of agricultural management practices on air quality are ill defined, " he says. "Many atmospheric components such as ammonia, methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, particulates, bioaerosols, and herbicide vapors must be considered. This is complicated by all the things that can...
”to-. tal decomposition of organic materials” (Corg.) is. Water quality is dependent on its constituents,. taken to mean their oxidation to carbon dioxide. which can be divided into organic and inorganic. (CO2) and inorganic salts (mineralisation), as co-. substances. Given the wide range of natural...
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Green Solvents II
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Accident Fault Trees for Defense Waste Processing Facility
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9. in the case of facilities not equipped to fail safe that are identified under §30402.C.4 or that control receipt and delivery of the hazardous liquid or carbon dioxide , detecting abnormal operating conditions by monitoring pressure, temperature, flow or other...
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9) In the case of facilities not equipped to fail safe that are identified under paragraph 195.402(c)(4) or that control receipt and delivery of the hazardous liquid or carbon dioxide , detecting abnormal operating conditions by monitoring pressure, temperature, flow...
Detection of insects in grain
...of methods have been developed to detect insects hidden inside grain kernels, including staining kernels to detect weevil egg plugs, density separation based on infested kernels being lighter weight and floating in a liquid , detection of carbon dioxide or uric acid produced...
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For a two-center LJ plus quadrupole model of carbon dioxide , a compar- ison of cluster criteria with the purpose of accurately detecting the vapor- liquid phase boundary gave overall support to the geometric mean density criterion applied to the sphere consisting...
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Molecular modeling of hydrogen bonding fluids: Vapor-liquid coexistence
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For a two-center LJ plus quadrupole model of carbon dioxide , a comparison of cluster criteria with the purpose of accurately detecting the vapor- liquid phase bound- ary gave overall support to the geometric mean density criterion applied to the sphere consisting...
Enhancement effect of gold nanoparticles on the bioactivity of Hydrogen-producing microbe
After the addition of gold nanoparticles into the fermenta- tion liquid , no new kinds of gases in the biogas products were detected except hydrogen and carbon dioxide .
The aqueous phase oxidation of cyclohexane using gamma radiation
Trace quantities of carbon dioxide were also detected in the liquid phase.
Ore formation at the Kupol epithermal gold-silver deposit in northeastern Russia deduced from fluid inclusion study
The water vapor pressure was estimated for heterogeneous fluid from syngenetic substantially gas and gas– liquid inclusions; no carbon dioxide was detected by heating and freez ing.
Quantitative analysis of marine oils by capillary supercritical fluid chromatography
The supercritical fluid Chromatography (SFC) method used for the separation of the liquids utilize carbon dioxide as the mobile Phase, a non-polar capillary column, and flame IOnization detection .