Yes, there are several sensors available that Eurocoms are able to supply and install. These monitors are becoming increasingly popular due to their ability to quickly alert people when someone is vaping in an area where smoking or vaping is not allowed. Based predominantly on infrared imaging, the monitors can identify the presence of vapour particles in the air. Eurocoms has been installing these sensors the past 2 years in buildings, such as offices, classrooms, bathrooms, and public spaces. On detection of vape particles, the system send an alert to system administrators. These sensors are a great way for businesses and schools to ensure compliance with site rules.
In the past 2 years Eurocoms has installed systems in to Schools, offices and airports whom have all benefited from using vape sensors. Vaping is becoming more common among young people, so having the ability to detect it is essential for many locations. They can be used to monitor areas for any signs of vaping, ensuring that students or employees don’t vape in school or at work. Eurocoms are currently working with a large hotel chain who have been requested to install the devices throughout public spaces as part of their health and safety audit. In short, anyone who wants to protect their space from potential harm caused by vaping should consider investing in one of these devices.
The use of vaping detectors in schools is becoming more and more common. In the past 2 years, we have seen a huge rise in the requirement for monitors due to the rise of vaping. Schools must be equipped with this type of detector to keep students and its staff safe. Schools need to be able to detect any vaping that happens on school grounds.
In order for these detectors to be effective, they need to be installed and maintained by a certified installation company as well as come from a reputable brand.
Schools and universities are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers of vaping. The use of e-cigarettes has been linked to health risks, mental health problems, and addiction. Schools and universities are increasingly looking for ways to keep students safe from this new form of nicotine consumption. One way to tackle this problem is by installing vaping detectors in buildings, perfect for areas a camera cannot be placed – either due to legality such as in bathrooms or due to cost/convenience.
The use of vaping detectors has become more common as the number of school-aged children using e-cigarettes has increased drastically over recent years. With the rise of disposable vapes, vaping has become a lot easier to access. The latest data from a YouGov survey, vaping amongst school children is up from 4% in 2020 to 7% in 2022. Disposable vapes seem to be the favourite for younger people, with current vapers using disposable vapes rising from 7% in 2020 to a massive 52% in 2022.
It is important for schools to implement anti-vaping security strategies to ensure safety in the school environment.
Vaping has also been shown to have negative side effects that can jeopardize the health of both vapers and bystanders. Vape pens produce vapours that contain nicotine and other chemicals that are known carcinogens or toxins that can be harmful when inhaled or absorbed through skin contact. The vapours may also contain metals such as nickel, lead, arsenic, and more.
Using a detector in your school is a great way to help protect students from the dangers of vaping. With a vape detector, schools can detect any vaping activity on their premises and take appropriate action to ensure the safety of their students. Not only can this help to discourage students from vaping, but it can also provide an added layer of security for school staff and faculty who would otherwise be unaware of any vaping activities taking place on campus. They are relatively inexpensive and easy to install, making them an invaluable tool for keeping schools safe and healthy.
You might think you’ve got vape detection covered if you’ve got a range of smoke detectors installed throughout your building. However, smoke detectors typically don’t detect vaping as they are designed to detect smoke and particles that are produced when combustible materials burn. The smoke and particles released from vaping do not contain the same molecules that traditional smoke does, so most smoke detectors are unable to detect vaping.
Eurocoms can provide you with vape detection solutions, we only stock the highest quality products and our team is always on hand to help whenever you need it.
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