From: "Beardsley, Howard" <hbeardsley**At_Symbol_Here**SRCINC.COM>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Oxygen Sensor
Date: August 29, 2012 11:26:15 AM EDT
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     I'd mount the sensor in the room where the liquid nitrogen is stored and mount the actual 'dial' outside the room at it's entrance.  

    This would allow an unmasked person to note that the room had or had not enough oxygen in the room to breath before entry.

Howard Beardsley
Cell: 443-603-2822

On Aug 29, 2012, at 10:16, "bjwiehe**At_Symbol_Here**OWU.EDU" <bjwiehe**At_Symbol_Here**OWU.EDU> wrote:

We are installing an Oxygen Sensor in a roomusing Liquid Nitrogen.  Question, why do you mount it in the room where loss ofOxygen would be present?  What type of training should the technician haveoverseeing the monitor?(ie respirator fit)



Barb Wiehe


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