Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Monitoring News

  • Jerome 860 End of Service Notification

    Due to low availability of components needed for repair, Arizona Instrument will be discontinuing repair services on the following instruments, effective September 1, 2017. Jerome® X860-0001 860 H2S 0-200 PPM Monitor Jerome® X860-0002 860 H2S 0-50 PPM Monitor This end of service notification does not apply to ...


    By AMETEK Brookfield

  • VIDEO: OMI Industries Launches Ecosorb® 5000S at WEFTEC 2016

    In the wastewater treatment arena, one of the biggest challenges is dealing with foul odors, while also reducing dangerous emissions such as hydrogen sulfide. In fact, according to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), hydrogen sulfide emissions can be toxic at even the lowest levels, with ...


    By OMI Industries (OMI)

  • Smart farming recoups IoT investment

    In the United States, California avocado farmer Kurt Bantle experimented with Internet of Things (IoT) connected technology to see if costly water consumption could be reduced in growing his 900 avocado trees. He spent US$8,200 for LoRa stations with soil moisture sensors, valve controllers, LoRa gateway and cellular backhaul. Cellular backhaul refers to a gateway that connects the farm to the ...


    By OMI Industries (OMI)

  • Your Guide to Renting a Jerome

    Our rental program is designed to give you the high level of performance expected from a Jerome instrument without the long term commitment or cost of a purchase. Why rent a Jerome? Flexibility, accuracy and reliability – all in one convenient, durable and industry-proven package. Whether you’re an environmental consultant ...


    By AMETEK Brookfield

  • 3 oil well service workers killed in west Texas rig fire due to ignition hazard and lack of flame-retardant clothing, OSHA finds

    An Upton County oil rig inferno killed family members Arturo Martinez Sr., Arturo Martinez Jr. and Rogelio Salgado in March 2015 as they worked to install a blowout preventer, which seals, controls and monitors a rig. After the fire, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration opened an investigation. OSHA cited employer Mason Well ...

  • Bump testing doesn’t have to be a headache

    There are many reasons why a portable gas detector may not to react to gas, some of which may not be evident to the user. The safest way to make sure a gas monitor is working at its optimum is to regularly test the unit. This is known as a gas or ‘bump’ test. The following scenario highlights the importance of bump testing: Peter works at a local oil refinery and arrives on site in ...

  • Importance of IP66/67 Rating

    When used in harsh outdoor conditions, devices that promote life safety and continuous operations should have an ingress protection IP66/67 rating. Gas detectors should have such a rating — especially for onshore and offshore applications in the petrochemical, oil and gas industry. An IP66 or IP67 rating is achieved as a result of robust design that protects the gas detector against dust ...

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