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Monitors, Environmental, Hydrogen Peroxide

Definition : Environmental monitors designed to measure and display the concentration of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) vapors. These monitors typically include a hydrogen peroxide sensor (e.g., electrochemical) that may be disposable, a main control and display unit; the monitors usually include local and/or remote alarms activated at a pre-fixed concentrations (e.g., 1.0 or 5.0 ppm). Some monitors may include a central area monitor and several remote sensors to measure and record the H2O2 concentrations in the vecinity of each sterilizer that uses this compound. Oxygen peroxide environmental monitors are used mostly for continuous or periodic monitoring in hospital sterilizing rooms.

UMDC code : 33561

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ChemDAQ Inc

Company Type: Parent

ChemDAQ Inc. designs, develops, manufactures and sells fixed gas detection systems for underserved markets such as healthcare, medical device manufacturing and the food and beverage industries. Our mission is to protect people from airborne toxins. This includes gases and vapors used for sterilization and high level decontamination as well as other chemicals.

Interscan Corp

Company Type: Parent

Founded in 1975, Interscan Corporation is internationally recognized, by government and industry alike, as the go-to company for toxic gas detection instruments—and the necessary record-keeping software.

Pure Aire Corp

Company Type: Parent

Pure Aire developed and manufactured a series of laminar flow systems, purchased by the AEC and the US Air Force. Many leading universities, aerospace firms, research laboratories, hospitals, food processing facilities and semiconductor manufacturers began purchasing these laminar flow systems.

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