explosion modeling Companies in Alabama

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BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants

based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

BREEZE® modeling software predicts the impact of air emissions, fires, and explosions. Air dispersion models such as AERMOD/ISC and CALPUFF include many productivity-enhancing features such as fully integrated GIS capabilities. BREEZE Incident Analyst and LFG Fire/Risk products are used to analyze numerous accident scenarios including dense/jet gas releases, LNG ruptures, ...

Trinity Consultants

based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

For over 30 years, Trinity Consultants has assisted industrial facilities nationwide with a myriad of environmental issues. Our regulatory compliance services include air permitting, air dispersion modeling, and compliance auditing. We also provide environmental management services related to compliance management, ISO 14001 compliance, and emissions trading. In addition, ...

Modern Water - Monitoring Division

based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Modern Water’s Monitoring division has developed some of the world’s most advanced systems for monitoring water quality. We provide market-leading toxicity monitoring systems, trace metal and environmental monitoring systems. The range includes systems for portable, online, and laboratory use. Our toxicity monitoring products, Microtox and Microtox CTM, detect toxins in ...

CV Technology, Inc.

based in Jupiter, FLORIDA (USA)

CV Technology Inc. is a Florida based corporation devoted to the prevention, protection, and mitigation of industrial dust explosions and related fires. We protect lives and preserve profits by preventing dust explosions or fires whenever possible and to mitigate the damage when an incident occurs.

Specialized Response Solutions, LP (SRS)

based in Fort Worth, TEXAS (USA)

Specialized Response Solutions, LP (SRS) is dedicated to the highest level of professionalism, preparation and concern for the safety and welfare of its employees, clients and for the environment. SRS is committed to providing the highest level of emergency response services for hazardous materials incidents in today’s global economy. The Company’s personnel have unique ...

GexCon AS

based in Bergen, NORWAY

GexCon AS is a world-leading company in the field of safety and risk management and advanced dispersion, explosion and fire modelling. GexCon’s experience arises from detailed knowledge of explosion phenomena built up throughout years of extensive research projects, carrying out safety assessments, performing accident investigations and performing physical testing at the ...

Krahnen GmbH

based in Köln, GERMANY

Cleaning equipment for explosive areas according to 94/9/EG ATEX 95: vacuum cleaners for dust, liquids and acids, floor cleaning machines, ventilators, suction and blowing nozzles, exhaust and conveying systems, pre-separators.

S&G Enterprises, Inc.

based in Germantown, WISCONSIN (USA)

S&G Enterprises, Inc. was incorporated in January of 1961 for the purpose of developing ideas into marketable products. We sell solutions – not just equipment. Our strength is mating the equipment with the customer’s application. The original RAM FLAT Compactor was developed and sold in the 1960`s for strictly drum crushing. Additional models were later designed when ...

Field Forensics, Inc. (FFI)

based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

Field Forensics is the exclusive manufacturer of E.L.I.T.E., I.D.E.X.and ULTRA explosives detection and precursor identification kits, which are all manufactured in the U.S.A.We support hundreds of police, military and security organizations in detecting, analyzing and defeating explosive and other threats. All of our clients have more important things to worry about ...

CHARM Software

based in Lometa, TEXAS (USA)

Development of the CHARM Software began in 1981. At that time, personal computers were very limited in their capabilities. Because of the computer memory and speed restrictions, the first versions of CHARM contained a puff model for advection and dispersion calculations. A puff model simulates a continuous release as a series of discreet puffs. The number of puffs was ...

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