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Development of Fuel Cell Co Detection Instruments for Use in a Mine Atmosphere.
Dempsey-RM; Laconti-AB; Nolan-ME; Et Al
NTIS: PB 254 823 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :88 pages
Work has been conducted to develop a fuel cell instrument for monitoring carbon monoxide in a mine atmosphere. Reliable, efficient gas sampling and electronic control circuitry have been fabricated for use with the fuel cell sensor and intergrated into a device to meet the performance and design specifications for a portable, battery-powered handheld direct indicating gas detector for use underground. The instruments have a meter readout for the range o to 50 ppm and 0 to 250 ppm CO in air. A resettable lamp is used for a danger warning signal.
CP; Final Contract Report;
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NTIS: PB 254 823 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
General Electric Company
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