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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

operator, is keen on having a device which will measure the intensity of the exhaust smoke from his vehicle. Is such a device available? Relative to the health hazard he also wishes to measure the carbon monoxide content in the exhaust gas.

A There are three companies in this country

from which smoke meters can be obtained. They are: Dunedin Engineering Co. Ltd., 73/75 Mortimer Street, London W1.; Leslie Hartridge Ltd., Buckingham, Bucks.; and Bosch Ltd., 30 Carlisle Road, London NW9. But we do not know of an instrument which would indicate quickly the carbon monoxide content in exhaust gas and it seems unlikely that this would be feasible.


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