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Why Ignoring Carbon Dioxide Detector Will Cost You

Posted by on Jun 21, 2017 in Gas Detection Equipments, Gas Detector News | 0 comments

In more and more industries today, the detection of carbon dioxide has become very important when it comes to keeping workers and facilities safe from potentially dangerous situations. Whether it’s a confined space on a offshore drilling platform or a research and development laboratory containing large storage tanks, purchasing and installing carbon dioxide gas detectors in key areas of a facility can mean the difference between life and death. To gain a better understanding of this issue, here are some reasons why ignoring carbon dioxide detectors will cost you in the long run.

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Posted by on May 3, 2017 in Gas Detector News | 0 comments

Whether it’s a chemical treatment plant, an automotive manufacturer, or an oil and gas refinery, an oxygen depletion system is an important part of a company’s safety program. By accurately measuring the gas-vapor mix within a facility, the sensors can then be programmed to alert other systems within the network to ensure the mix is properly proportioned.

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What You Should Know About Oxygen Deficiency

Posted by on Mar 7, 2017 in Gas Detector News | 0 comments

In some industries, where chemicals are processed or tank gauging is done, exposure to toxic hydrocarbon vapours or gases can overwhelm workers. This can lead to serious health consequences as workers are exposed to oxygen deficient air. Normal oxygen levels in the atmosphere stands between 20 and 21 percent. When this percentage drops to 19.5 and reduces further, it can threaten the safety of workers. This is why it is essential to invest in a suitable oxygen depletion system. It will detect low levels of oxygen in air and trigger an alarm, prompting facility owners to evacuate the facility and/or resume oxygen supply to workers.

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Gas Monitoring Equipment To Improve Safety In Manure Pits

Posted by on Mar 3, 2017 in Gas Detector News | 0 comments

Manure gases are released when storage pits are agitated. These manure pits often lack ventilation, making it deadly for farmers who enter these confined spaces. As many as 200 gases can be formed in manure pits, used to store raw manure by farmers. The gases that raise safety concerns include methane, hydrogen sulphide and ammonia.

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