Many industrial processes rely on gas detection systems to help protect workers and mitigate operational risk. Though these systems are designed to improve facility safety, they might not always be understood and appreciated.
Frustrations with sensor performance can lead to viewing gas detection as a nuisance rather than a life-saving function. Not understanding the sensor technology can lead to incorrect usage. Newer technologies may be intimidating and less willing to adopt though they could lower overall CAPEX costs.
It's time to address these concerns. Recent technical advancements in fixed gas sensing technologies deliver new capabilities that optimize both sensor availability and performance while reducing operational costs.
Join us as we discuss various flammable and toxic gas sensor diagnostic advancements along with solutions to special gas hazard applications to keep facilities safer.
- Learn how new fixed gas sensing diagnostics optimize on-site sensor availability and performance.
- Understand the operating principles of newer gas detection technologies such as open path gas detectors and ultrasonic gas leak detectors
- See what sensing options are available for complex gases (e.g. ammonia, hydrogen, hydrogen fluoride)
- Gain new insights on best practices for sensor installation, operation, and maintenance
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, Fixed Gas and Flame Detection at MSA Safety.