Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitors

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, tasteless gas that is particularly dangerous in certain concentrations. Breathing air from both compressed-air and ambient-air sources have the potential to be contaminated with CO. Oil-lubricated compressors can produce CO as a by-product of combustion, while ambient air pumps can draw in contaminated air for idling vehicles parked near the pump’s air intake.

Installing a Clemco carbon monoxide monitors provides an extra level of safety while using sandblasting equipment and supplied-air respirators. Clemco CO monitors provide visual and audible alarms if CO reaches 10 ppm.

CMS-2 model is to be used with HP respirator systems only.


Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitors

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, tasteless gas that is particularly dangerous in certain concentrations. Breathing air from both compressed-air and ambient-air sources have the potential to be contaminated with CO. Oil-lubricated compressors can produce CO as a by-product of combustion, while ambient air pumps can draw in contaminated air for idling vehicles parked near the pump’s air intake.

Installing a Clemco carbon monoxide monitors provides an extra level of safety while using sandblasting equipment and supplied-air respirators. Clemco CO monitors provide visual and audible alarms if CO reaches 10 ppm.

CMS-2 model is to be used with HP respirator systems only.