Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 11:24:00 -0700
Reply-To: Mark Goldstein <mgoldstein**At_Symbol_Here**QGINC.COM>
Sender: DCHAS-L Discussion List <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU>
From: Mark Goldstein <mgoldstein**At_Symbol_Here**QGINC.COM>
Comments: cc: Bob Banach
Dear Bob:


I was given this email to see if I could help resolve the false alarm
issue.  We know that electrochemical and Metal Oxide semiconductor (MOS)
sensors cannot tell the difference between CO and hydrogen as well as
ethanol and many other compounds.  I am president of Quantum Group.  We
use a biotechnology based chemistry to detect CO.  The bio based
compound is monitor optical.


Quantum Group has the only technology that was tested false alarm free
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.


If you want to add one or more of our units to protect you and see if it
will false alarm under the condition your other alarm response to
hydrogen we will supply you up to 3 alarms free for your protection and
comparative testing..  All we want is to be able to quote you in a press
Release should you be happy with our product after you test it.





Mark K. Goldstein, Ph.D.


Quantum Group Inc

7737 Kenamar Court

San Diego, CA 92121

858 566-9959 ext 103

Fax 858 566-9974



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