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Smoke Detectors

Smoke Detectors

Ionization smoke detector is more sensitive to smaller smoke particles than the photoelectric type detectors. In a fire, the alarm triggering times between these two types are similar. But in a smoldering fire, when big particles are released, photoelectric detectors are triggered earlier.

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Pujiang Innovation Forum 2017 held in Toronto

Pujiang Innovation Forum 2017 held in Toronto

The Pujiang Innovation Forum 2017 - Canada Forum was held on May 16,2017 in Metro Toronto Convention Center. As a member of Canadian company representatives, Ambience Data has attended this clean technology event. This yearly event serves as the bridge to connect Canadian and Chinese businesses forging an eco-chain between two countries. 2017 Pujiang Innovation Forum was a great success.

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Silent But Deadly: Carbon Monoxide in Your Home

An average of 170 people in the United States die every year in their home from carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Due to malfunctioning non-automotive products, such as appliances like furnaces, heaters, gas stoves, and even fire places, carbon monoxide can be leaked into your home where it can become trapped. Unfortunately, many people still do not understand the tell-tale signs of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.

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