3 CARBON MONOXIDE IS THE MOST COMMON TOXIC GAS CO is one of the few toxic gases that can be encounteredat home or on the jobAs a product of combustion, it is ubiquitousColorless and odorless, CO is a silent killer
4 CO HEALTH EFFECTSAt ppm, can cause fatigue in healthy individuals, and chest pain in those with heart disease.At higher concentrations, can cause impaired vision and coordination; headaches; dizziness; confusion; nausea.Can cause flu-like symptoms (ca. 250 ppm) that clear upwhen in clean air.At 2000 ppm, can be rapidly fatal
5 TOXICOLOGY Carbon monoxide is an asphyxiant Inhalation of CO causes tissue hypoxia by preventing the blood from carrying sufficient oxygenCarbon monoxide combines reversibly with hemoglobin to form carboxyhemoglobinThe reduction in oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood is proportional to the amount of carboxyhemoglobin formed
7 OSHA Standards (as of Feb, 2011) The OSHA PEL ( Permissible Exposure Limit, based on an8-hour time-weighted average) is 50 ppmSpecial provision for maritime workers/longshoring[29 CFR (a)(1)(i))]…employees shall be removed from the enclosed space if the CO concentration exceeds a ceiling of 100 ppm.Exception: The ceiling shall be 200 ppm instead of 100 ppm for Ro-Ro operations.
8 ACGIH TLV® [Threshold Limit Value] (as of Feb, 2011)TLV-TWA (based on an 8-hour time-weighted average)is 25 ppmBiological Exposure Index (BEI®) is recommended for carbon monoxide ─Based on percent carboxyhemoglobin saturation in blood, or end-expired CO concentration in alveolar air
9 NIOSH REL [Recommended Exposure Limits] (as of Feb, 2011)TLV-TWA (based on an 8-hour time-weighted average)is 35 ppmCeiling value of 200 ppm(should not be exceeded at any time)
10 NIOSH IDLH [Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health] (as of Feb, 2011)1200 ppmIDLH: The airborne concentration from which a worker could escape without injury or irreversible health effects, in the event of the failure of respiratory protection equipment.IDLH values are based on effects that might occur as a consequence of a 30-minute exposure.Regardless of the 30-minute basis, if equipment failure occurs,LEAVE THE AREA AT ONCE!!
11 GRADE “D” BREATHING AIR Per ANSI / CGA GAs it pertains to carbon monoxide…No more than 10 ppm
16 SINGLE POINT APPLICATION CONTINUOUS MONITORING SYSTEMSINGLE POINT APPLICATION
17 CONTINUOUS MONITORING SYSTEM TWO POINT APPLICATION
18 MULTI-POINT (THREE OR MORE) APPLICATION CONTINUOUS MONITORING SYSTEMMULTI-POINT (THREE OR MORE) APPLICATION
19 For Survey Applications, We Recommend Our Nomad Data Logger 12-bit resolutionModels available for0-100mV, 0-2.5Vand 4-20mA inputsSelf-contained unitsalso available fortemperature, humidityand pHSampling rate adjustable—1 second to 10 hours in 1 second intervalsStorage capacity—16336 readingsExcellent software included
20 Visualize your measurement session with an auto-scaling time history graph
21 Time history graph detail screen Zoomed in on particular portion of the curve
24 DATA ACQUISITION, ARCHIVING, ARC-MAX®DATA ACQUISITION, ARCHIVING,AND REPORTINGPACKAGE
25 ARC-MAX® is designed to meet and exceed all toxic gas regulatory reporting requirements Protect your employees…AND your company!
26 Only ARC-MAX® gives you Shift reports, supporting up to four shifts/day,and the shifts can overlapAlarm logs, updated as alarms occurLive and historic trendingSTEL and TWA tracking, continuously updated
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