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Alpha-Track Radon Detector

Alpha-Track Radon Detector

Detects radon, a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas formed wherever there is uranium, an element present throughout the crust of the earth. It...

 
Carbon Dioxide Extinguisher

Carbon Dioxide Extinguisher

Extinguishes Class B and C fires. Class B fires involve flammable liquids, gases and greases. Class C fires involve electrical equipment or...

 
Carbon Monoxide Detector

Carbon Monoxide Detector

Detects carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless, deadly gas that poses a potentially deadly health risk to people. Measures the amount of carbon...

 
Continuous Monitor Radon Detector

Continuous Monitor Radon Detector

Plugs into a standard outlet. Samples air continuously for radon and provides updated reading on the display. Alarm sounds when the long-term...

 
Dry-Chemical Extinguisher

Dry-Chemical Extinguisher

Some types extinguish only Class B and C fires. Includes sodium and potassium bicarbonate base agents. Some types are marked general-purpose...

 
Fire Safe

Fire Safe

Protects valuables and documents exposed to fire. According to UL, a fire safe should maintain an inside temperature below 350┬║ for an hour or...

 
Fire Safety Ladder

Fire Safety Ladder

Used to escape from an upper story window. Comes in varying lengths, but most are sold for second-story rooms. Features include tangle-free...

 
Foam Extinguisher

Foam Extinguisher

Extinguishes Class A and B fires. Class A fires are the most common type. They involve ordinary combustibles such as wood, paper, cloth, rubber...

 
Home Area Alarm

Home Area Alarm

Uses either ultrasonic waves or microwaves to detect motion. When it detects motion, it triggers an alarm. Generally plugs into a standard...

 
Home Intrusion Alarm

Home Intrusion Alarm

Wide variety of types available. Selection will depend on what you want to accomplish. Some feel a loud alarm at the point of entry will scare...

 
 
 


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