CO2 / Carbon Dioxide Detectors (5 Products)
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- Portable, handheld meter for measuring and logging carbon dioxide content
- Alarm mode sounds an audible tone when 1000PPM is reached
- Ideal for offices, greenhouses and more
Free DeliveryTPI SP1000 Smart Ambient CO2 Meter with A1000SP Pouch£258.00 £215.00
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- Measure ambient CO2 levels in commercial kitchens and office/ work spaces
- Measurement range: 0 to 6000ppm
- Bluetooth LE communication capability facilitates a connection to TPI’s SmartProbe App
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- Checks for Carbon Dioxide (CO2) concentrations
- Calculates statistical weighted averages of TWA (8 hour time weighted average) and STEL (15 minute short term exposure limit)
- Maintenance free NDIR (non-dispersive infrared) CO2 sensor
About CO2 / Carbon Dioxide Detectors
Excessive concentration of carbon dioxide can be harmful to humans; use these detectors to make sure you know about carbon dioxide concentration before it becomes a problem.
Even at a concentration of just 1000ppm carbon dioxide can affect concentration and impair a person's efficiency - as the concentration increases, so too does the risk of becoming damaged by carbon dioxide (CO2). At a high level of 100000ppm you can expect to be knocked unconscious and can quite easily suffocate in the large amount of gas.
Of course, such a large dose of CO2 will be rare. In reality most CO2 concentration will be at 1000-5000ppm (5000ppm is the international safety limit), while spikes can be possible because of various contributing factors. With our range of CO2 detectors it is possible to detect when these spikes occur and the user can move away and isolate the affected area before carbon dioxide concentration begins to affect those within it.
Many commercial environments, such as offices, greenhouses and industrial areas use carbon dioxide testers to ensure that those within the area are working with a comfortable level of ventilation and aren't affected by too much carbon dioxide. These detectors are also commonly used by professional gas engineers and other professional users as a handheld tool to detect CO2 presence in dangerous environments.
Depending on the model in question the overall range of the CO2 will be different. More expensive options generally have the best range, while lower priced devices have a smaller range and are thus better suited for less dangerous environments.