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7 Reasons Why You Need A Transmitter Detector

Posted by on Aug 7, 2016 in News | 0 comments

A bug detector or transmitter detector is basically a radio receiver that picks up electromagnetic signals being broadcast from an electronic device or a bug. By slowly moving a transmitter detector around the nearby objects, it alerts the user of any hidden bugs.

In case any of the following signs apply and you feel concerned about the presence of covert eavesdropping or wiretapping activity in your business premises, then it would be very wise to contact a quality transmitter detector installer, supplier, or maker.

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Precautions For Better Safety In Wastewater Treatment Plants

Posted by on Aug 5, 2016 in News | 0 comments

What makes hydrogen sulphide gas deadly is the fact that it is highly inflammable and can travel back to the source of ignition. Workers and mechanics who enter wastewater treatment plants need to be equipped with suitable respiratory protection. This is because these treatment plants can contain hydrogen sulphide gas. Although this gas is naturally present in crude oil, it can also be produced as a result of bacterial action on human waste. This increases the risk of hydrogen sulphide exposure for workers at these plant. Certain precautions need to be taken to ensure better safety of workers. Following the death of 2 workers due to hydrogen sulphide gas exposure in July at Wichita Falls, Texas, this year authorities have issued new safety rules. Read on to learn more.

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Learn All About Ammonia And Its Dangers

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in Exposure To Hazardous Gases, Health And safety, News, Offshore Gas Detection | 0 comments

Ammonia is a toxic, flammable gas that finds many applications in various industries. A majority of food processing plants make use of ammonia in its refrigeration systems. However, workers employed in facilities that use ammonia need to be trained in safe handling and emergency response training, to ensure the safety of workers and protection of equipment in the facility. This is primarily due to the harmful effect of ammonia on the human body.

Ammonia can cause adverse reaction in the skin and eyes. When inhaled, ammonia can impact the lungs, leading to death. Read this article to learn about ammonia, its dangers and why you should invest in ammonia detection equipment.

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Role of Training In Managing The Exposure To Hydrogen Sulphide Gas

Posted by on Jan 15, 2016 in News | 0 comments

Hydrogen sulphide gas which is a colorless and odourless gas can create serious health problems when workers are exposed to it and it goes undetected. This is why gas storage facilities and other chemical factories should invest in gas detection equipment and facilities. Owners of these facilities should buy an advanced H2S sensor to detect the presence of hydrogen sulphide gas, before the situation goes out of hand. Read this article to learn more about the dangers of hydrogen sulphide gas.

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Innovations In Reducing Carbon Emissions

Posted by on Jan 11, 2016 in News | 0 comments

Countries around the world are under pressure to reduce carbon emissions and are setting goals to cut carbon emission levels. Environmental groups, lobbyists, consumer groups and organizations that are dedicated towards the protection of the climate and the environment continue to monitor the carbon emission levels and its impact. Industrial sources of carbon emissions can be reduced by investing in technologies to reduce or limit carbon emission levels. This article shares details about some of the latest innovations that holds promise in reducing carbon emissions on a global scale.

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Initiatives To Keep Methane Emissions Under Control

Posted by on Jan 7, 2016 in News | 0 comments

The US state of Pennsylvania has recently announced new rules to keep methane emissions in check. The rules will require facilities that are used in oil and gas exploration, production and development to invest in the best available technology and equipment for gas detection. Industrial facilities will be required to set up a methane sensor to adhere to these new rules, announced by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). This article explains in greater detail about the initiatives to keep methane emissions in check and its likely impact on the environment.

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