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Low-Level Ethylene Gas Sensors from Global Cooling

Global Cooling, Media, Pa.-oriented firm, has launched innovative ethylene sensing systems. These sensors are operative with Catalytic Generators and cylinder gas, and helps regulating the ripening as well as the de-greening process based on the appropriate levels of ethylene gas supplied, reports a news release.

The utility of the gas and gassing supplies can thus be decreased by accurately checking the level of ethylene gas that has been provided by a system.

Jim Still at Global Cooling comments, that the low-level gassing provided by these sensors avoids the accidental ripening of the fruits kept in close rooms and help preventing ethylene gas contamination in the whole warehouse.

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