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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 6 Things to Consider when Designing a System to Continuously Monitor Calorific Value
    Measuring the calorific value of mixed gaseous fuels can be difficult. These complex mixtures of combustible and non-combustible gases and vapors can vary in concentration or composition over time due to changing conditions. Perhaps it is the rate of change or a wide range of water vapor
  • Review of Sensor Technologies Used in Personal Safety Instruments
    of poisoning by toxic gas exposure, suffocation due to lack of oxygen and fire or explosion caused by combustible gases. The sensors in any gas monitor are the heart of the instrument, and the foundation of gas detection. Which sensing technology is most appropriate for my application? Why are some sensor
  • What's All This "Bump" Test Stuff About Anyhow?
    that someone come to the control room to investigate. The safety department sent someone up stairs with a typical multi-gas monitor designed to detect carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, oxygen and combustible gases. The monitor was turned on and placed on the control room counter. After a few minutes
  • Hazardous Atmospheres: An Introduction
    to providing the products and technical support needed to assist our customers in these important areas. By way of introduction, this article covers the basics of a hazardous atmosphere and the equipment we use to monitor combustible gases. Future editions of 20/20 Insights will contain information
  • Do's and Don'ts of Atmospheric Testing
    . The most fundamental mistake in an air monitoring program is the lack of proper detection equipment. Somewhere along the way, a portable confined space gas monitor became defined as a four-gas instrument which detects oxygen, combustible gas, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide.

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