SMALL SENSORS FOR GAS DETECTION & BUILDING EFFICIENCY

September 11, 2013

KWJ Engineering uses advanced manufacturing processes to open up new applications for gas sensors to improve health, safety, and efficiency. The device can detect a specific gas, like methane or carbon monoxide, while avoiding false alarms. by DMASS STAFF on SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 INNOVATION SUMMARY Anywhere people live or work, gas sensors play an important role in monitoring for […]

Pocket CO Featured in Swish.com TechCrunch Article

February 4, 2013

YC-Backed Swish Makes Selling Simpler For Inventors And Creators by Chris Velazco Friday, February 1st, 2013 8 Comments It’s never been easier for would-be inventors to take a harebrained concept and turn it into an actual, sellable product, but the process of getting those products to the masses could still use a little work. Sure, crowdfunding sites […]

KWJ Engineering Finds Opportunities with SPEC Printed Sensors

January 23, 2013

By David Savastano Printed sensors are drawing interest in the printed electronics field. There are plenty of opportunities for low-cost, thin flexible sensors to be used to monitor a wide variety of conditions. KWJ Engineering, Inc. is among the pioneers in the field of printed sensors. A California corporation dedicated to specialized gas detection applications […]

Integration of Gas Sensors and Printed Electronics for Next Generation Situational Awareness

December 13, 2012

This presentation was given at Printed Electronics USA 2012 on Dec 06, 2012. Presentation Summary • We have developed a new generation of toxic gas sensor technology which integrates the amperometric gas sensor and printed electronics to achieve superior monitoring performance. Gas sensors are a new addition to the printed electronics revolution. • The printed […]

KWJ Engineering is presenting on Demonstration Street at the Printed Electronics USA Show

December 5, 2012

Come by and see a demo of our in-development wireless sensor module and interface! General Manager Edward Stetter will be on hand to answer any questions you might have, and will be handling the LIVE demonstrations of one of our most promising new technologies! We will be there presenting both days, December 5th and 6th, and we […]

High carbon monoxide levels force evacuation of airport hotel

November 8, 2012

BURLINGAME, Calif. — Nearly 1,000 slumbering lodgers were evacuated early Thursday from the Embassy Suites near the San Francisco International Airport because of high levels of deadly carbon monoxide, authorities said. Central San Mateo County Fire Chief Don Dornell said the drama at the Embassy Suites located at 150 Anza Blvd. in Burlingame began with […]

Joseph Stetter, President of KWJ Engineering, Innovator of the Week

September 6, 2012

Joseph Stetter is the president of KWJ Engineering, a California corporation dedicated to specialized gas detection applications in the safety and health field. KWJ Engineering is fundamentally an instrument company. We make sensors and instruments focused on gas detection in the safety, health, energy, and ozone sterilization markets. I joined KWJ Engineering after I sold […]

Wave of carbon monoxide deaths prompts action in Palm Beach County

September 20, 2010

Sept. 10–WEST DELAY — A deadly wave of carbon monoxide poisonings has swept through Palm Beach County this year, prompting officials to issue alerts on how to prevent death or serious injury from the gas. Carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless and can kill a person in their sleep without warning. Two of the main […]

KWJ Engineering responds to FAA Report: Detection and Prevention of Carbon Monoxide Exposure in General Aviation Aircraft

May 10, 2010

Newark, CA – Earlier this year, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released their report Detection and Prevention of Carbon Monoxide Exposure in General Aviation Aircraft. An abstract of the document is as follows:   “Exposure to carbon monoxide (CO), which is formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon-containing materials such as aviation fuels, is associated with […]

KWJ Engineering announces the Pocket H2S Pro, the world’s smallest and most convenient hydrogen sulfide detector and alarm

November 3, 2009

Newark, CA – KWJ Engineering has released its new Pocket H2S Pro, a key-fob sized, personal hydrogen sulfide detector that weighs less than one ounce. The nanotechnology-enabled instrument protects from low-level and high-level exposure to H2S, and gives real-time Time Weighted Average, Maximum, and Total Exposure readings. The Pocket H2S Pro also features 3 alarm […]

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