At a chemical plant, workers can be exposed to any number of gases: LEL, O2, NH3, CO, Cl2, H2, HCL, H2S, NO, NO2, PH3, or SO2. A photoionization detector (PID) checks volatile organic compounds (VOCs) before tank entry.
Workers at chemical plants generally need multi-gas monitors, depending on what gas hazards may be present at the time. Although it is important to consider the safety of people on your site, you also need to keep in mind the community around your chemical facility. During an unplanned chemical release, you need to know which gases are being released and where. Nearby communities could be in danger if they are exposed to hazards from your plant.
Whether you are inside or outside of a chemical plant, the right gas detection equipment can help maintain a safe environment. Our wireless multi-gas detectors with live monitoring provide real-time data for the chemical industry, making in-plant safety more proactive. We ensure equipment is user-friendly and eliminate the need for IT setup, so you can have it running in a matter of minutes.