Monitor detects corrosive conditions.

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ECM(TM) (Environmental Conditions Monitor) measures humidity, temperature and corrosive attack on 2 replaceable sensors and shows rate of corrosion on indicator lights corresponding to ISA classification of environments for copper and silver. It supports both analog and digital outputs of information and provides remote alarming, display and recording. Information can be stored via on-board data-logger, and accessed through optional PC software.



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New High Sensitivity Environmental Monitor Detects Corrosive Conditions Rapidly


Description: ECM(TM) can be used to monitor environmental conditions and detect corrosive conditions rapidly before serious
damage can occur.

Medina, Ohio, October 31, 2001 -- Corrpro Companies Inc. (NYSE: CO), the leading provider of corrosion protection engineering services, systems and equipment, is pleased to introduce the ECM(TM) (Environmental Conditions Monitor) multi-parameter monitoring system by Rohrback Cosasco Systems (RCS), a Corrpro Company.

The early detection of environmental conditions such as humidity levels, temperature, or other corrosive conditions permit corrective action to be taken before any substantial damage can occur to sensitive computers instrumentation or electrical
equipment. ECM measures humidity, temperature, and the corrosive attack on two replaceable thin-film sensors and shows the rate of corrosion on indicator lights corresponding to the ISA classification of environments for copper and silver. ECM supports both analog and digital outputs of information and provides remote alarming, display and recording. This information can also be stored via the on-board data-logger, and accessed through optional PC software.

ECM is particularly useful for environmental monitoring in refineries, chemical plants, pulp and paper plants, control rooms, computer rooms, museums and clean rooms. Any indoor environment where air purification is being considered or used to
prevent corrosion will benefit from the ECM.

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