Most Frequently Asked LEL Gas Questions

Most Frequently Asked LEL Gas Questions

Having a thorough knowledge of the lower explosive limits (LEL) of flammable gases is crucial when it comes to safeguarding your facility. Get the answers to your top LEL gas questions with the following review from our gas detection experts. LEL is a common acronym...
What is LEL in Gas Detection?

What is LEL in Gas Detection?

One of the advantages of LEL gas detectors is early leak detection. Monitoring for hazardous levels of combustible gases is important if you want to maximize safety and minimize the risk of fire or explosions in your facility. Learn what LEL is and why it is so...
4 Key Features of Hydrogen Sulfide Sensors

4 Key Features of Hydrogen Sulfide Sensors

Offshore oil rigs, especially more established operations, can produce high levels of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), which can be extremely lethal even at low concentrations. Find out how hydrogen sulfide sensors are built and configured to keep all of your areas protected...
Dangers of H2S Gas You Should Know

Dangers of H2S Gas You Should Know

Does your plant produce hydrogen sulfide gas as a byproduct or use hydrogen sulfide as an essential component in your operations at the plant? Often found in petroleum, natural gas, mineral rock, and natural hot springs, hydrogen sulfide, or H2S gas, is a hazard for...