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Dangerous gases used in industrial refrigeration such as ammonia need specialised equipment to ensure that leaks are detected before staff are endangered.

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Indoor air quality is a major problem around the world. What are the ways that building teams can prevent these situations from occurring?

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Indoor air quality is an important subject across a number of industries. What are some of the myths associated with this field?

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Thousands of Australians use indoor stadiums everyday. However, given a recent example from Canada, how safe is the indoor air quality?

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Multi-function measuring instruments are capable of recording a number of parameters. This includes carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity.

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Thirteen workers in Ohio had a lucky escape after extremely high levels of carbon monoxide were detected in their building.

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A US warehouse company has settled with federal authorities after not repairing leaking refrigeration equipment releasing harmful gases into the atmosphere.

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WorkCover NSW’s alliance with Hanson Yuncken hopes to provide a safe workplace during construction teams and future building occupants.

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Lux meters ensure light intensity at workplaces, in hospitals, offices or schools meet certain minimum values and benefit productivity and health.

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Carbon monoxide poisioning is a real threat in homes across the country. Homeowners must have their heat burners and heaters checked by professionals.

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Based on a recent report, gas analysers are becoming an important tool for a range of industries across the globe.

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From ancient art to plants, humidity is issue that needs constant monitoring and investigation to ensure product and stock quality.

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Any form of toxic refrigerant leak from an appliance can have have major ramifications for a business, its employees and its customers.

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A daycare centre in Quebec has narrowly averted tragedy after 71 children had to be evacuated with suspected carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Nominations for the annual Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH) awards will open on June 30, ahead of the official ceremony in November.

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