Archive For The “Test Products” Category

Testing Your Smoke Detectors Can Save Your Life!

By | February 1, 2012

Fact: Testing your smoke detectors every few months can save your life. “The Federal Government says 16 million smoke detectors in US homes do not work. Furthermore, studies show that working smoke detectors reduce the risk of fatalities by 50%.” ( source ) Many people feel safe simply knowing they have smoke detectors installed in […]

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Test for Sound (Noisy Neighbor Detector)

By | September 19, 2011

Have you ever wanted to record the sound level generated by your noisy neighbor’s car stereo, a modified motorcycle muffler, construction equipment on an adjacent property, or planes at the airport? Believe it or not, strict laws exist for the purpose of controlling the amount of noise/sound that fill our environments and devices such as […]

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Babysitter Test Kit — Drugs & Background

By | August 15, 2011

When we first saw this kit we thought, “Wow! It would take some nerve to ask the teenager down the street to go through a drug test and background check just so she could watch Little Johnny or Jane and make a few extra bucks for babysitting!” Then we allowed ourselves to think on a […]

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Useful Tradeshow Giveaways: Carbon Monoxide Badges

By | July 17, 2011

Having worked in a number of industries over the years we have exhibited at more than 35 different shows catering to an even wider number of markets… and found one consistent thing true about most tradeshow giveaways (aka tradeshow swag): 99% of them will never see the light of day but one more time before […]

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Inexpensive Gas Leak Detector

By | July 15, 2011

Yesterday we discussed a portable meter capable of detecting combustible gas leaks and today we’d like to few moments to talk about a meter that will monitor for two common household combustible gases (methane and propane) as well as carbon monoxide… 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 1/4 days a year. AC-Powered […]

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Test for Gas Leaks

By | July 14, 2011

In the news to day we read about a home located roughly 40 miles north of Albany, NY near the Vermont border exploding… possibly because of a leaking or faulty gas line or valve in the home. At the time we read the article three people had died and several others, including a baby, had […]

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Test for Cyanide in Drinking Water

By | June 20, 2011

What? Surely you jest… Cyanide in my DRINKING WATER?!?!? Oh, how we wish the possibility of cyanide, the same deadly compound used to execute prisoners in gas chambers, entering drinking water supplies did not exist. Despite cyanide’s reputation as a known killer, many industries still find it quite useful in a number of manufacturing processes. […]

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Test for Metals in Drinking Water

By | June 17, 2011

Last week we touched on the topic of testing for potentially toxic heavy metals in human hair — a very wise thing to do if you have reason to believe your tap water or other aspect of your everyday environment may contain excess amounts of heavy metals. Now the question becomes, can a person test […]

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Test for Metals in the Body

By | June 10, 2011

With all the talk about excess metal contamination in our environment (in the air, in the water, in the soil, in the ground & even in the foods we eat!) it comes as no surprise that people have started to wonder if they, too, have become an unwilling recipient of too many metals. That’s where […]

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Meter to Test for Refrigerant Leaks

By | June 9, 2011

Yep. Weatherman says it’s gonna’ be another hot one… So here’s one tool a handyman simply cannot afford NOT to have in the Summer Months: A meter for detecting refrigerant leaks. Why? Because A/C units in cars and attached to buildings pretty much ALL use refrigerant and when their tanks keep running out of refrigerant […]

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