Get Ready Now For Future CO2 Monitoring Rules Says Intelligas
Intelligas, the gas safety and control systems specialist, is reminding end-users, specifiers and installers that they do have the option of future proofing their gas control systems ahead of the likely introduction of a requirement for CO2 monitoring.
“It’s pretty certain that regulators will insist that commercial kitchens have CO2 monitoring equipment installed before very much longer,” says Andrew Dickenson, Managing Director of Intelligas. “That’s why we’re recommending the flexibility of the Intelligas EGI interlock and proving systems which make it possible to include CO2 monitoring either from the start or as a retrofit in the future.”
“Installers and specifiers should be giving their clients the choice between the budget systems, all too often installed without thought, and the more future-proof choices available today.”
“It’s always simpler to put in the right system at the start, than to have to change everything after a few years,” he says. “While the rest of the industry is selling old technology, we’ve built our business on supplying equipment which makes the best use of modern, solid state electronics to provide reliable, flexible answers to gas safety.”
Intelligas already has software packages for the EGI range which can monitor CO2 levels and change, for example, ventilation fan speed to make sure those levels don’t go too high. This shows how Intelligas has already addressed concern over CO2 in commercial kitchens.
“All our British designed and built systems are made with the greatest flexibility in mind, to adapt to your future needs,” says Andrew. “Changing a system when you shouldn’t have needed to is a cost well worth avoiding.”