en-Gauge strengthens partnerships
en-Gauge Inc in Rockland Ma. continues to grow and strengthen its partnerships throughout the fields of safety asset management. en-Gauge’s safety asset monitoring technology has three divisions; en-Gauge to monitor the condition of fire extinguishers, en-Vision that monitors the readiness of safety equipment and en-O2 which ensures the viability of a medical and industrial gases within healthcare and other occupancies.
May 17, 2011
en-Gauge and the wireless electronic monitoring of Fire Extinguishers were highlighted in a story carried by Sensors Magazine. Brendan McSheffrey, CEO of en-Gauge and Mark Jarman, President of Innovonics explain how wireless sensing networks come together with life safety equipment to drive efficiencies and improve life safety.
March 14, 2011 - FacilitiesNet.com. The University of Utah discusses the many benefits of electronically monitoring their Fire Extinguishers and AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators), including improved emergency response time, lowered vandalism rates and assurance that their devices are in place and ready to use.
en-Gauge, Inc., (engaugeinc.net) maker of en-Gauge monitoring systems for fire extinguishers, medical oxygen and safety equipment has added their facility’s fire extinguishers to the list of people they follow on Twitter (@engauge_demo).
May 31, 2009 - Through a collaborative effort with our partners, en-Gauge recently helped the NH State House become the first state house in the US with an electronically monitored fire extinguisher system.
May 2009 - en-Gauge was discussed in a post about our recent installation in the NH State House.
May 2009 - The 46 fire extinguishers...were a donation from Simplex Grinnell’s Nashua, N.H. office, en-Gauge, Ansul Inc., Pacom Systems Pty Ltd and Inovonics Wireless Corp.
Fire & Safety Magazine: Bay Area Medical Center Utilizes Electronically Monitored Fire Extinguishers
July 2007 - the Bay Area Medical Center (BAMC) in Marinette, Wisconsin completed a successful pilot program with en.Gauge electronically monitored fire extinguishers. BAMC is the first healthcare facility in the United States to utilize en-Gauge extinguishers; it has ten units scattered throughout public areas on the first floor of the hospital. Link