Posts Tagged ‘gas detection’

Getting to Know Gas Detection Equipment

Gas detection equipment is used to reliably detect combustible and toxic gases throughout diverse applications within a range of industries. Detecting these gases helps protect the safety of the workforce, workplace, and the environment. Effectively monitoring the air quality of an area with gas detection equipment requires three components: good technique, appropriate equipment, and sufficient…

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The Importance of Testing Gas Detection Equipment

Experts agree that the best approach to ensuring your gas detection equipment operates efficiently and effectively is to perform regular bump tests and calibration for portable devices and fixed detection systems. For applications utilizing hazardous gases, or created naturally by combining other ingredients to create a solution, gas detection equipment is required. Before gas detection…

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How to Manage Risk in The Oil & Gas Sectors

On August 4, 2020, in Beirut, Lebanon, an explosion in a warehouse full of ammonium nitrate occurred. Ammonium nitrate is safe unless the substance is heated too much, and requires strict storing methods. Even with the vast technologies available, there are always hazardous risks, making companies constantly re-evaluate potential hazards, manage risks, and possess up-to-date…

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Gas Detection in Glass Production

Glass production is a necessary application as it provides various goods across a variety of industries. Most commonly, glass products create mass manufacturing of float glass as it complies with modern building standards and achieves environmental legislation regulations.  The main process of glass production is melting, using heat sources to ignite with natural gas and…

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Understanding Hydrocarbons

Hydrocarbons are made up of carbon and hydrogen atoms and are generally colorless and hydrophobic with usually weak odors. Hydrocarbons are reduced into three categories: alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes.  The most common hydrocarbon is methane, the primary component of natural gas and the simplest alkane. The general application for methane is its release into the…

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OI-7432 ProSafe 4×32 Assembly

The Generation II ProSafe 4×32 Model OI-7432 is a 32-channel gas monitor functioning as a transmission controller. Monitoring toxic, combustible, and oxygen gas levels, the OI-7432 receives and displays RS-485 Modbus signals from up to 32 of the sensor assemblies within the device.  The device features a 160×104 transflective, sunlight-readable, graphical LCD display and LED…

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OI 6200 Dual Gas Sensor Assembly with Alarm

The OI-6200 Dual Sensor is a versatile assembly that uses two electrochemical, infrared, PID, or a variety of each, sensor elements to detect a variety of gases. The device also includes a top-mounted strobe light and a bottom-mounted miniature buzzer to alert when any control board is detecting gas concentrations above alarm levels. Color options…

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Wastewater Distribution and Gas Detection

Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTP) are designed to prevent pollution and disease by treating wastewater before being released to the environment. Wastewater that has potentially dangerous characteristics requires treatment and a gas detection system to ensure the safety of customers and employees.  Water is used in a variety of applications, from cooking and cleaning in residential…

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Benefits of Remote Monitoring Management

Remote monitoring and management is a modern approach to effectively running business applications and maintaining them. Read more about the few benefits remote monitoring and management has to offer: Minimizing Downtime Downtime is a major problem affecting businesses in all industries. Caused by inefficiency, downtime results in loss of money and lost trust in services…

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The Importance of Real-Time Data and Notifications in the Field

Telemetry systems transmit data from the sensor assembly to the stationary data acquisition system. This automated communication system allows data to be collected remotely and transmitted electronically for monitoring, providing up to date, real-time information between users. Here are some reasons why you should consider implementing telemetry systems in your business: Boosts Productivity and Accuracy…

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