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Monitoring Gas Leaks and Pinpointing the Source

Have you ever had a faucet leaking in your home and simply did not have time to fix it? You may have wrapped a rag around the base or handles to...
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Maintenance

3 Ways to Simplify Gas Detector Maintenance

Your workers are depending on you to make sure the gas detectors they rely on each day are working properly and will alert them to potential hazards....
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Gas Detection Equipment

The Importance of CO2 Monitoring in the Food and Beverage Industry

Almost every industry has to deal with gas hazards of one kind or another, and the food and beverage industry is no exception. However, throughout...
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Gas Detection Equipment

ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSOR CROSS INTERFERENCE TABLE

The following chart outlines electrochemical sensor cross interference levels.
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Gas Detection Equipment

Safety in Wastewater Plants: Why You Need Portable Gas Detectors

For most of us, wastewater treatment plants are nothing more than a mild inconvenience in the form of a foul smell. However, for those who work at...
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Connected Safety

Static Plume Models vs. Dynamic Plume Models: Which are Right for You?

Despite the significant strides the industry has taken over the last few decades, the danger of working with chemicals means emergencies will happen,...
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Gas Detection Equipment

Understanding Gas Detector Default Alarm Settings

GAS DETECTOR ALARM SETTINGS GAS LOW HIGH TWA STEL O2 19.5% vol 23.5% vol N/A N/A CO 35 ppma, b 70 ppmb 35 ppma  200 ppm H2S 10 ppm 20 ppm 10 ppm 15...
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Connected Safety

Why You Should Use Plume Models for Chemical Emergency Response

A plant-wide power outage in Texas at Pasadena Refining Systems one hot July day forced the plant to flare off some product, including sulfur...
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Gas Detection Equipment

Where Do You Wear Your Personal Gas Detector?

Hard hat, collar, belt, shoe? If you ask workers where their personal gas detectors belong, you’ll likely get an array of answers, all with different...
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Gas Detection Equipment

Does the Type of Sample Tubing I Use Make a Difference?

A customer, Mike, sent me an email saying that someone told him that the type of sample tubing he used could alter the readings that he gets on...
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