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Technical Paper: Verify Carbon Dioxide Purity at Delivery and Point-of-Use

Technical paper from Thermo Fisher describes accurate, quick method to verify that CO2 in product meets guidelines.
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Soft drink bottlers and other users of carbon monoxide (CO2) in the beverage industry must have an accurate, quick and easy-to-use method to verify the carbon dioxide used in their product meets industry guidelines. Although the
CO2 supplier tests the carbon dioxide prior to delivery, the beverage plant needs to verify that the material received is within specification. Testing prior to use provides a final quality assurance checkpoint, ensuring that no contamination occurred during transfer and transport.

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