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Tips For Installing Fixed Gas Detectors

Posted by on Aug 20, 2019 in Offshore Gas Detection | 0 comments

In various facilities such as water treatment plants, offshore drilling platforms, chemical processing plants, and many others, it is important to have state-of-the-art fixed gas detection systems in place to keep employees and equipment safe. Due to the ability of these systems to detect small amounts of gas before the situation becomes critical, they play an important role in many industrial safety plans. However, for fixed gas detectors to be effective and efficient, they must be installed in the appropriate locations. If you need installation tips for detectors, here are several facts to keep in mind.

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How Does Infrared Gas Detector Technology Work?

Posted by on Aug 13, 2019 in Offshore Gas Detection | 0 comments

Due to the important role gas detection systems play in many facilities, virtually all systems are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to keep employees and equipment safe. This is especially true of infrared gas sensors, which are becoming the choice of many companies. Utilizing advanced electronics, wireless networks, and much more, these sensors and detectors are capable of performing well under even the harshest of conditions. If you have questions as to how infrared gas detection technology works, here are some important details you should remember.

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What Are The Different Methods Of Detect Benzene?

Posted by on Dec 23, 2018 in Offshore Gas Detection | 0 comments

With the costs of equipment, facilities, and other related areas always rising, companies are continually seeking ways to protect their investments and employees in an effective and cost-efficient manner. This is especially true regarding safety procedures, particularly monitoring for benzene. Similar to carbon dioxide in that it is odorless and colorless, an undetected benzene buildup can result in fires and explosions. Due to the high levels of danger in these situations, industrial facilities and other companies now use numerous methods to detect benzene, many of which have state-of-the-art features.

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Methane Sensor: Do You Really Need It? This Will Help You Decide!

Posted by on Dec 1, 2017 in Offshore Gas Detection | 0 comments

When it comes to methane detection, the energy industry and others realize how important this is to their safety programs. Since natural gases such as methane can be very volatile, having high-sensitivity methane sensors is critical to let workers know they are safe when working in hazardous environments. However, despite this, some companies are still unsure as to whether they really need these gas detection systems. To help you decide if you need methane gas sensors for your pipeline or facility, here are some of the most important aspects of these sensors.

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How To Maintain Carbon Monoxide Monitors

Posted by on Jan 25, 2017 in Offshore Gas Detection | 0 comments

One of the most dangerous gases in industrial settings, carbon monoxide must be closely monitored to keep oil and gas workers as safe as possible. A byproduct of engines that burn fossil fuels, the gas is one that requires constant monitoring through the use of carbon monoxide monitors. While plant managers at almost any facility realize how lethal carbon monoxide can be to unsuspecting workers, they also realize the importance of maintaining CO alarms. When it comes to properly maintaining carbon monoxide alarms, there are numerous factors to take into consideration.

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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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