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Carparks

Common gas hazards include: Carbon Monoxide (CO), Methane (CH4), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), VOCs

Vehicle exhaust fumes can build up in car parks and tunnels, particularly during peak times as vehicles are entering or exiting the car park. Whilst car parks sometimes have open sides, air flow can still be poor, therefore ventilation needs to be regulated to control the level of hazardous vapours and toxins. 

Whilst car parks sometimes have open sides, air flow can still be poor and the level of hazardous vapours and particulates pose a risk to people walking to and from their vehicles. Ventilation needs to be regulated by a gas detection system to safely control breathing air.

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Fixed gas detection systems are utilised to monitor the increase of Carbon Monoxide, Methane and petrol vapours and fumes to activate ventilation systems.