Atmospheric Monitoring Systems
Paragon uses gas chromatography to sample and monitor gases in habitable volumes. Detecting harmful gases is critical to the health and safety of the crew. The Atmospheric Monitoring System (AMS) is capable of detecting and measuring over a dozen air constituents such as Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Hydrogen Fluoride, and Methane. The AMS can be fully integrated with other ECLSS functions, or modularized to function independently or replace an existing technology.
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