Carbon Monoxide Detectors Warn Pilots of Exposure in Aircrafts
Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas is highly poisonous and exposure to the gas can result in short to long term health issues or even death. This is why carbon monoxide detection is becoming the norm around the world. In aircraft especially, CO gas can have fatal consequences impeding a pilot’s abilities that could end in a plane crash. Similar accidents around the world has led to many governments mandating the use of a carbon monoxide detector in all aircraft.
The ATSB (Australian Transport Safety Bureau) especially has issued a formal notice strongly encouraging operators and owners of all aircraft to instal CO detectors to alert pilots of elevated levels of CO in the cabin.
Forensics Detectors Carbon Monoxide Detectors for aircraft and vehicles are available worldwide and proven effective by users in various applications. The company’s CO detectors for aircraft have been manufactured with Japanese sensor technology for maximum protection from CO exposure at low-level 9ppm alarming to prevent CO exposure from exhaust leaks, faulty heating or polluted air entering a cabin that causes headaches, nausea and fatigue that can adversely affect a pilot’s ability to control an aircraft.
Forensics Detectors Carbon Monoxide Detectors feature all technical specifications such as 9ppm CO alarm levels as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH). The FORENSICS CO detector has been tested and confirmed at altitude for aircraft reliability and verified in California, USA.
Forensics Detectors was founded by Dr. Koz, who has a PhD in sensor technology and systems. Throughout his academic life and doctoral studies, he designed and developed smoke analyzers, infra-red gas and toxic gas sensors, and interlock systems. He invented the world’s first vehicle carbon monoxide sensor system to prevent driver fatigue and suicides. He has received scholarships and awards for his work developing alcohol breathalyzers, combustion analyzers, and ozone sensors. As an engineering professor at UCLA, he has developed and commercialized nanotechnology for sensing, communications, and computing working closely with the U.S. semiconductor, and defense industries.
In 2017 he established Forensics Detectors to fill the gap in the market for products that could prevent toxic gas exposure injuries and to offer consumers affordable and innovative gas detectors, meters, and analyzers such as the Carbon Monoxide Detector for aircraft.
Company Name: Forensics Detectors
Contact Person: Sarah Kong
Country: United States
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