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    Ammonia detector

    March 1, 2012

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    This fail-safe ammonia detector is designed for commercial, industrial and institutional refrigeration. Besides checking for ammonia leaks, this detector continually checks itself, flashing an immediate alarm the instant its sensing cell fails. Engineered to meet anticipated OSHA/EPA regulations, it will work for years without downtime.

    Sensor Electronics Corp.

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