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Hi Bethany,

We have two of these in the lab:

https://www.grainger.com/product/BW-TECHNOLOGIES-Single-Gas-Detector-4KEE8?searchBar=true&searchQuery=4KEE8

It has a loop to hang it. I also carry it around and hold it close to
fittings periodically to check for leaks. Batteries last about a year when
left on continuously.

andy

On Mon, Jan 2, 2017 at 11:50 AM, Theiling, Bethany <
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> ​Hi everyone,
> I'm looking for an inexpensive wall monitor for sulfur dioxide that will
> generate a visual and audible alarm at a given set point. (2-5ppm, as per
> OSHA exposure limits). Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Bethany​
>
>
> Bethany Theiling, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor, Geochemistry
> Department of Geosciences
> University of Tulsa
> 800 Tucker Drive
> Tulsa, OK 74104
>
>


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