1. Carbon monoxide versus carbon dioxide
    Carbon monoxide versus carbon dioxide An oxygen atom that makes all the difference Strange as it may sound, amongst those not working in the industry, CO and CO2 are often confused with each other. Although they are differentiated by a single oxygen atom, the variance is substantial. So, let’s create a little identikit of the two known gases! CO, or...
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  2. What is LEL?
    What is LEL? LEL stands for Lower Explosive Level and expresses the concentration value of the gas below which it cannot explode. Why is it important to know this value? Gas detectors normally use a scale from 0 to 100, where 100 equals the LEL precisely because their action is carried out below the explosion limit. This is why you...
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