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  • Fundamentals of Combustible Gas Detection
    To develop an appropriate strategy for the implementation of a combustible gas detection system, a basic understanding of the properties of combustible materials is necessary. In our discussion we will identify the general properties necessary for determining a material's hazardous potential
  • Combustible Gas Detector Sensor Drift: bead combustible sensor
    Catalytic bead combustible sensor. technology dates to the 1830s and has been. used for decades to measure concentrations. of many combustible gases. The infrared. spectrum was discovered in 1800; the 1950s. saw a surge in use of the infrared spectrum. for many technological applications
  • Combustible Gas Detection at Natural Gas Compression Stations
    A management review, by a major gas production company, of two separate fire incidents directed engineering to design a high reliability fire & gas detection system to be installed on all compressors company wide. The system would be required to monitor gas leaks and provide control outputs
  • A Practical Guide to Gas Detection
    Combustible and toxic gas detection principles
  • Get a Handle on Gas Detection
    costs and streamline processes. The evolution of gas detection technology is no different. From the hapless canary that warned miners of atmospheric hazards in the past, to the technologically sophisticated multi-gas monitors of today, innovations in gas monitoring practices have led to significant
  • Typical Areas that Require Gas Detection
    There are many different applications for flammable, toxic and Oxygen gas detection. Industrial processes increasingly involve the use and manufacture of highly dangerous substances, particularly toxic and combustible gases. Inevitably, occasional escapes of gas occur, which create a potential
  • Techncial Article: Typical Areas that Require Gas Detection
    There are many different applications for flammable, toxic and Oxygen gas detection. Industrial processes increasingly involve the use and manufacture of highly dangerous substances, particularly toxic and combustible gases.
  • Technical Article: Typical Areas That Require Gas Detection
    There are many different applications for flammable, toxic and Oxygen gas detection. Industrial processes increasingly involve the use and manufacture of highly dangerous substances, particularly toxic and combustible gases. Inevitably, occasional escapes of gas occur, which create a potential
  • Infrared Technology for Fail-To-Safe Hydrocarbon Gas Detection
    Continuing advances in infrared technology have resulted in fail-to-safe hydrocarbon gas point detectors that continuously monitor combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provide alarm indication. Other features of these detectors include operation in oxygen
  • Gas Detection Education: Atmospheric Groups
    Gas & Vapor Atmospheric Groups. Flammable gases and vapors are separated into four different atmospheric groups: Group A - Atmospheres containing acetylene. Group B - Atmospheres containing hydrogen, fuel and combustible process gases containing more. than 30% hydrogen by volume, or gases or vapors

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