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Peracetic Acid Monitoring

Steri-Trac 2+ Peracetic Acid Area Monitor

ChemDAQ’s continuous monitor ensures your employees are safe in real-time. The ST2+ fixed monitor pairs with our PAA E-Cell sensor to continuously monitor and alert you to hazardous vapor levels in the air. This provides a fully integrated, intuitive system with flexible options for monitoring Peracetic Acid exposure.

  • Real-time measurement of vapor concentration in parts per million, while simultaneously calculating an 8 hour and 15 minute time weighted average (TWA)

  • Easy to use “plug & play” setup

  • Mount by acrylic stand or wall mount

  • Visual and audible alerts are factory set to meet regulatory requirements, but are customizable to user preference

  • “Impending” alerts warn as exposure is approaching unsafe limits allowing for proactive measures to prevent exposure to hazardous chemical vapors

  • Data collected and stored in .csv format and is downloadable for analysis and reporting purposes

Download: SteriTrac2 Brochure


Data Acquisition System (DAQ)

The CHEMDAQ Data Acquisition System (DAQ) is a PC-based computer software system that continuously Gathers, Analyzes, Reports, Displays and Stores (GARDS) workers against high concentration Peracetic Acid (PAA) exposures for up to 32 Area Monitors simultaneously. This integrated system helps to monitor immediate and long term exposure of Peracetic Acid.

As an area monitoring and archival system, the CHEMDAQ Data Acquisition System is not intended to meet the OSHA 29CFR1910·1047(d) requirement for initial and follow-up personnel monitoring. The Area Monitor units of the Data Acquisition System fulfill the requirements of OSHA 29CFR1947(h)(2) for alerting employees in emergency situations.

The Data Acquisition System (DAQ) increases the effectiveness of individual Area Monitors by:

  • Centralizing all monitoring data;

  • Comparing all exposure levels to OSHA standards and requirements for user safety;

  • Alarming when these levels are exceeded or may be exceeded if current concentrations continue (Impending Alerts);

  • Documenting and storing all Area Monitor activity for current review and/or later retrieval; and

  • Storing exposure, maintenance and calibration histories of each Area Monitor unit.

Remote Video Display (RVD)

The Remote Video Display duplicates the display from the DAQ computer to a video monitor, that workers and supervisors can view all sensors from a single location. Do you have a door leading into your monitored area? Putting a Remote Video Display outside of it will let everyone know it is safe to enter before entering.

Remote Display Repeater (RDR)

Do you want to see a rooms exposure levels from a safe distance? Our remote display is perfect for you to keep yourself clear from over-exposure to any of our chemicals. The remote display duplicates information received from the fixed monitor, which can connect to one or more remote displays. Remote displays are typically wall mounted outside of monitored areas to warn personnel of gas levels prior to entry.