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New Air Quality Monitor Provides Increased Safety in the Lab

Oct 16 2017 Read 649 Times

Erlab, the trusted brand for chemical detection and filtration, now offers laboratories the ability to detect chemical emissions in the laboratory with the Halo Sense Air Quality Monitor.

You may not be able to detect chemical emissions in your lab, but Halo Sense can! It is a small, portable unit that monitors the air quality in your lab to detect a broad range of VOCs or acids (a formaldehyde version is also available). If chemical emissions are detected, the light will pulse with an audible alarm so that you can take the next steps to ensure your safety.

The Halo Sense is the first step towards the Erlab Chemical Filtration Ecosystem that is achieved with filtered fume hoods, filtered storage cabinets, and chemical air filtration systems. When used together, these products provide protection from inhaling dangerous chemicals from the moment a chemical enters the lab to whenever or wherever it evaporates.

Please browse erlab.com to learn more.

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