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How to achieve a high-performing flame detection system

Significant technical advancements have improved the baseline performance of optical flame detectors in both sensitivity and intelligence. However, how can you be confident that you’ve achieved a high-performing F&G detection system? This webinar will address the practical aspects of selecting, placing and managing industrial flame and gas detection systems.



Date: June 12, 2019
Time: 1 PM EDT (10 AM PDT / 7:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Significant technical advancements have improved the baseline performance of optical flame detectors in both sensitivity and intelligence. However, it remains incumbent upon end-users to ensure due diligence is followed in properly analyzing the onsite fire hazards, selecting and modeling the coverage provided by the optimal detection technology and finally ensuring proper installation, commissioning, operation, and maintenance practices are utilized to ensure 24/7 availability. This webinar will discuss the practical aspects of selecting, placing, and managing a high performing industrial flame detection system by addressing haz-op and ignition scenario analysis and how to define a performance specification definition. Flame mapping considerations will be discussed along with false alarm source identification, and conversion of theoretical coverage models to onsite reality. Finally, a brief summary of best install, operation and maintenance practices will be covered.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about available haz-op analysis options and zone coverage identification
  • Discover the recommended methodology for defining flame detection performance specification
  • Learn about flame mapping considerations and non-fire energy sources
  • Understand how to convert a theoretical coverage model to onsite reality
  • See flame detection best practices

Speaker

Dave Opheim, Business Development Manager, MSA Safety

Dave Opheim has over 32 years of direct experience in the high-hazard safety systems industry serving in a variety of professional roles including Field Service, Engineering, Marketing and Sales. He currently serves as North America Business Development Manager at MSA Safety and can be reached at Dave.Opheim@MSASafety.com