Pioneers of Aspirated Smoke Detection (ASD) Leap Ahead with Third Generation Technology

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BOSTON, MA - July 12 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- imRAC, manufacturers and global pioneers of Very Early Smoke Detection, introduce Monitair(TM), 3rd Generation (3G(TM)) Aspirated Smoke Detection (ASD). Monitair's advanced technology is setting a new standard by seeing light like it's never been seen before!

Caption: Monitair(tm) 3rd Generation Aspirated Smoke Detection.According to the organization's founder and developer Dr. Martin T. Cole, "Monitair has perfected the way smoke is detected in the very early stages of a fire. The 1st generation of aspirated smoke detection technology utilized a xenon tube. The 2nd utilized conventional laser technology. Monitair 3rd Generation (3G) technology uses patented, intelligent, dual wavelength optical technology. Consisting of two (opposing) light sources, having a wide difference in wavelength, they are utilized to discriminate between different types of particles and minimize false alarms."

Monitair's technology represents a quantum leap in ASD, while providing a revolutionary new concept and features that were previously unattainable in an aspirated smoke detector.

Existing aspirated smoke detectors have difficulty discriminating between dust, steam and products of combustion. Monitair's 3G technology minimizes the likelihood of false alarms with the new and highly significant ability to discriminate dust and steam from products of combustion. This feature lowers the system maintenance requirements and virtually eliminates the possibility of unwanted alarms.

Expanded Operations

imRAC Pty. Ltd. recently expanded operations opening the Boston based company, imRAC Inc. Newly named President is Ronald D. Ouimette, has over 30 years of fire protection experience with over half dedicated to aspirated smoke detection.

"I have seen and worked closely with the earlier xenon and laser forms of aspirated detection technology. Monitair, with the new third generation technology has hit the ground running, and can't be beat. This technology allows us to provide lower product costs as well as lower maintenance costs while improving detection capability, bringing the benefits of very early smoke detection to a wider variety of applications," said Ronald Ouimette.

For additional information visit

imRAC Inc., 61 King Street, Monitair Wing, Suites 100-108, Worcester, MA 01610 - Voice: 508-801-5010

imRAC Pty Ltd., 1/84-90 Lakewood Boulevard, Braeside, 3195 Australia - Voice: +61 438 110 757

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