Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2010 14:59:48 -0400
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From: Matt Lundgren <mattlundgren**At_Symbol_Here**BOISESTATE.EDU>
Subject: CO Detector for Academic Lab

It seems we have more and more labs wanting to work with carbon monoxide and I'm wondering when you require a detector and what type. Where do you dr aw the line for requiring a detector? Do you allow residential detectors fo r certain processes? When do you require a detector be linked into a communication system for alarms, security, etc? Is this based upon quantity, the proce ss, all of the above? The labs will have quantities ranging from 80-140 cubic feet in a single cylinder. Thanks, Matt

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