Products/Services for Freon Smoke
Leak Testing Equipment - (463 companies)
Smoke Detectors - (265 companies)
No Image AvailableFire Protection Services - (215 companies)Fire protection services install, maintain and monitor safety equipment such as flame and smoke detectors, sprinkler systems, fire alarms and annunciators. Flame detectors are used by fire protection services to determine whether a fuel is burning... Learn More
Fire Alarm Control Panels - (211 companies)
Damper Actuators - (48 companies)
Warning Lights - (279 companies)
Compressed Air and Vortex Cooling Tubes - (44 companies)...spot cooling when compressed air is available. They generate cold air without refrigerants such as Freon, a registered trademark of DuPont. Air conditioning requires maintenance and can be expensive and difficult to install. Fans can provide... Learn More
Refrigerant Recovery Machines - (24 companies)Refrigerant recovery machines are used to remove refrigerants from cooling equipment according to EPA standards. Technicians use these devices before maintaining or repairing air conditioners, freezers or refrigerators. The refrigerant is recovered into a tank for subsequent recycling or reuse. Learn More
Mist Collectors and Fume Collectors - (343 companies)
Refrigerants, Antifreezes, and Cooling Liquids - (200 companies)
Product News for Freon Smoke
Low Smoke Zero Halogen Low Smoke Zero Halogen. Get control with uncompromising safety. Alpha Wire's low-smoke, zero-halogen (LSZH) communication and control cable combines LSZH-rated insulation and jackets with the rugged performance you expect from Alpha. The specially formulated LSZH material minimizes the effects from smoke and harmful corrosive gases in the event of combustion. Low smoke means easier visibility in exiting the area and reduced danger of smoke inhalation, while low toxicity means no harm to people... (read more)
Addressable Smoke and Heat Module The ASH Module seamlessly integrates non-hazardous and hazardous areas into a single fire and gas life-safety system. In addition: · The ASH Module is flexible enough to support multiple addressable devices such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, manual call stations, beacons, sounders, and I/O modules. · The ASH Module offers powerful yet simple programming that allows users to tailor the solution beyond the capabilities of conventional fire panels. · The ASH Module... (read more)Browse Flame Detectors Datasheets for Det-Tronics
Low Flame, Smoke, & Toxicity Textiles Arlon can provide a range of off-the-shelf silicone elastomer coated fabric solutions for a variety of flame, smoke, and toxicity (FST) specifications common in engineered applications for transportation markets. The following list contains a few of the more common FST specifications and fiberglass impregnated with silicone rubber product recommendations designed to improve safety in engineered applications for transportation. ASTM E162 - Surface Flammability of Materials Using a Radiant Heat... (read more)
Why control Oil, Mist & Smoke in your Shop? Your employees deserve a workplace that is as hazard-free as you can make it. One customer, when asked why he wanted to control the oil mist and smoke in his plant, responded, "I wouldn't expect my office people to work with smoke pouring out of their computers, and I sure don't expect my shop workers to work on machines with oil mist pouring out of them!". Reduced Health Risks. Any form of pollution is potentially dangerous to the lungs, larynx, and skin. Reduced Accident Risks. Oil mist... (read more)Browse Mist Collectors and Fume Collectors Datasheets for Royal Products
Case Study: DC Gearmotor Automated Smoke Curtain Ultimate reliability, low cost and compact design in a fractional horsepower right angle gearmotor. These were the requirements articulated by the manufacturer of automated smoke curtains that seal off elevator doors in the event of a fire, to prevent smoke from traveling through the elevator shafts - thus facilitating safer evacuation and rescue. Key specifications determined were: Single gearmotor design that could operate a varied range of curtain configurations. High reliability, especially... (read more)Browse DC Motors Datasheets for Groschopp, Inc.
Automation Displays, Inc.
Firefighter ’s Smoke Control Override Panel The Firefighter's Smoke Control Override Panel manufactured by Automation Displays, Inc. provides a user-friendly interface to the HVAC system for firefighters to use in smoke control. Switches are provided for fan and damper control, while high intensity LEDs indicate the status of fans and dampers. A multi-color graphic depicting the building provides a clear picture relating each switch and indicator to the appropriate floor or building zone. Critical areas like stairways, elevator shafts... (read more)
Quabbin Wire & Cable Co., Inc.
Quabbin® DataMax® Low Smoke Zero Halogen Quabbin ® Wire & Cable Co, Inc. upgrades their DataMax ® line of Low Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) F/UTP category 5e, 6 and 6a patch cables. Always a recognized leader in LSZH products, Quabbin ’s previous LSZH patch cables included IEC ratings for flame, smoke and corrosive gas. The upgraded constructions now proudly boast the widely recognized NEC and CEC Type CMX building ratings. As required for the CMX rating, the cables have undergone a further battery... (read more)Browse Patch Cables and Cords Datasheets for Quabbin Wire & Cable Co., Inc.
Smith Systems, Inc.
Low Smoke, Zero-Halogen Sensor insulated cable ATTENTION TRANSIT SYSTEMS!. Smith Systems, Inc. now offers Dual and Single Channel Speed Probes with Low Smoke, Zero-Halogen insulated cable and cable protecting conduit. This conduit provides impact protection superior to that of traditional flexible stainless steel, weighs less and is ingress protection rated to IP 68. Multiple sizes and fittings are available. Our standard dual and single channel sensor designs are qualified to European and North American mass transit standards for EMI... (read more)
Cenflex Flexible Steel Hoses - Extreme Cold Temps Stainless steel is the only material capable of handling the temperature extremes demanded of cyrogenic, refrigeration and cold temperature performance industries. Whether you're transporting ammonia, carbon dioxide, freon, liquid oxygen or liquid nitrogen, Cenflex 100 percent-tested industrial strength braided flexible stainless steel hoses, connectors, tubing and expansion joints keep you connected. Designed around your unique cold temperature performance system, our customized flexible metal... (read more)
Noren Products, Inc.
Efficient Cooling using Compact Coolers Noren Products manufactures air-to-air and air-to-water heat exchangers for cooling electrical panels without letting contaminants inside (including wash down, and hazardous locations). COMPACT CABINET COOLERS prevent failures/downtime caused by overheating electronics. Noren units are easy to install, low maintenance, Freon free and cost a fraction of A/C. UL Listed, Type 12 , Nema (read more)Browse Heat Exchangers Datasheets for Noren Products, Inc.
Engineering Web Search: Freon Smoke
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Smoke Detection and Fire Suppression Smoke detection and fire suppression capabilities are provided in the
Wind tunnel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Smoke or bubbles of liquid can be introduced into the airflow upstream of the test model, and their path around the model can be photographed (see
Environmental control system (aircraft) - Wikipedia, the free...
Avionics cooling, smoke detection, and fire suppression are also commonly considered part of an aircraft's environmental control system.
Odorless white smoke from aircon vents
Odorless white smoke from aircon vents Aircon and Temperature Talk Thread, Odorless white smoke
was a white smoke on the right hand side of my hood (near the side where the freon tank is located) I guess that was not smoke but the freon itself.
Smoke Leak Detectors | AutoZone.com
A/C Charging and Refrigerant/Freon Fluids, Chemicals and Miscellaneous Additives
KineticTheory - UW-Physics Faculty Wiki
Brownian motion smoke cell on tv Look through a microscope at a small illuminated cell filled with smoke.
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Windburn ? Infrared ? Ozone layer ? Thermal radiation and temperature ? Freon, CFCs, and the ozone hole ? Red, white, and blue-white hot ? Greenhouse