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CO / NO / NO2 Gas Detection in Underground Parking Garages

· Gas Detection Solution for Underground Parking Garages. Owing to the modernization and increased population, underground parking areas have become an integral part of massive arcades. However, these parking lots are home to poisonous gases like Carbon Monoxide (CO) and oxides of Nitrogen (NO/NO 2). [Click Here: To know the life hazards caused by Carbon Monoxide (CO) and …

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Carbon Monoxide detection in parking garages ...

· Parking garages are common in shopping malls and residances where population density is high. Carbon monoxide in the exhaust gases of the vehicles in parking garages lead to severe health risks for people. Although many toxic gases are released within the exhaust gas of the vehicles, carbon monoxide is the primary gas requiring detection and control. Vehicles operating with gasoline and …

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Designing a JetVent Parking Garage Ventilation System

CO Sensor A Carbon Monoxide sensor should be placed so no part of the garage is more than 50' from a sampling point. A 100' diameter circle around a CO sensor will show the coverage area, and typically equates to one CO sensor per fan. Additional CO sensors should be placed to provide additional coverage in areas where people congregate. NO 2 ...

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Designing a JetVent Parking Garage Ventilation System

A Carbon Monoxide sensor should be placed so no part of the garage is more than 50' from a sampling point. A 100' diameter circle around a CO sensor will show the coverage area, and typically equates to one CO sensor per fan. Additional CO sensors should be placed to provide additional coverage in areas where people congregate. NO 2 Sensor

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CO / NO / NO2 Gas Detection in Underground Parking Garages

Gas Detection Solution for Underground Parking Garages. Owing to the modernization and increased population, underground parking areas have become an integral part of massive arcades. However, these parking lots are home to poisonous gases like Carbon Monoxide (CO) and oxides of Nitrogen (NO/NO 2). [Click Here: To know the life hazards caused by Carbon Monoxide (CO) and oxides of …

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Monitoring and Control of CO Emissions in Parking Structures

CO levels in parking garages. CO Sensing Technologies CO monitors utilize different types of sensors, and not all CO sensors are alike. Electrochemical sensing technology provides many advantages over the older semiconductor (or solid state) sensors. Electrochemical sensors offer high resolution (≤ ppm), a linear signal, long-term stability (≥5% over the lifetime of the sensor) and ...

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System-Connected Carbon Monoxide Detectors

SYSTEM SENSOR 4 The following UL standards apply to CO detectors: ANSI/UL 2075 is the product standard for CO detectors connected to a con- trol panel via conductors or low-power radio frequency (wireless). ANSI/UL 2034 is the product standard that covers self-contained CO alarms that are not designed or listed to be connected to a control panel.

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Vehicle Detection Sensors - Smart Parking

Surface mount sensors . Smart Parking also offers the option of surface-mount sensors for exposed sites – such as thin surfaces covering cabling and services, membranes, roof tops and wharfs – where core drilling into the ground may not be an option. These sensors work exactly like their in-ground counterparts, and can also be fitted with a fluro collar for better visibility in areas where ...

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Parking Garage Guide - Honeywell Analytics

· Parking Garage Guide This step-by-step guide describes set-up procedures to help provide a safe parking garage while minimizing energy costs associated with ventilation and heating. CO and NO2 Monitoring Systems for Parking Structures In parking structures, CO and NO2 are two of the most abundant airborne contaminants and poses significant safety concerns. The CO and NO2 levels must …

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How Parking Garages Track Open Spaces, and Why They Often ...

But older parking garages are more likely to be using induction loop sensing technology. That's been around for 50 years and is prone to some counting errors. Induction loops are coils of wire that are cemented under the road surface at the entrance and exit of a parking garage. They work like a metal detector — just the same way one would work at the beach if you were looking for jewelry ...

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07-2041-MC Vehicle Exhaust Monitoring

Recommended placement of CO sensors For parking garages, place sensors where the highest concentration of co is expected: elevators, stairwells, offices, hallways, between adjacent parking aisles and at roadway intersections within the garage. Also pay attention to public areas such as pay booths and elevator waiting areas and to areas such as idling or stopping locations where carbon monoxide ...

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Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas Detector | Ventilation Control ...

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors are used in applications such as underground garages, tunnels, go-kart race courses, engine repair shops, loading bays, engine test benches, shelters, etc.. Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors are used to warn when the quantity of harmful gases reaches an unhealthy level. Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors are used to ensure that the management of ventilation is …

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Carbon Monoxide and Parking Garage Ventilation Systems

The phase 2 garage has a more complex system that consists of an exhaust fan with a variable speed drive (VFD) connected to CO sensors throughout the space. This fan is set to run 24/7, but the speed varies based on the level of CO. Our recommendation is to change the phase 1 garage to have a ventilation system similar to the phase 2 garage. This 2 HP fan could conservatively reduce its annual ...

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