We have a AirAware CO monitor in the lab that we've been satisfied with. It
measures 0-500ppm in 1ppm resolution. Costs about $500 US. Certainly more
expensive than a home detector, but worth the peace of mind.
It's available from a number of locations, but this link is for Cole-Parmer
University of Victoria
>At 12:34 PM 5/6/2004, you wrote:
>>There has been a lot of discussion on the list regarding carbon
>>monoxide detectors used in continuous flow ms applications.
>>Is anyone ready to recommend one?
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