Compressed breathing air is subject to strict limits of harmful contaminants defined in European standard EN 12021 and various defence standards such as DEF STAN 68-284 issue 3. The testing interval of breathing air compressors and associated equipment is 3 months and gases tested include carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oil vapour defined as hexane and heavier hydrocarbons. EN 12021 covers underwater applications including self-contained open circuit compressed gas breathing (SCUBA) and compressed gas line...
By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Helsinki, FINLAND.
If you use compressed breathing air it is essential to monitor for contaminants including carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as well as oil mist and water vapour. Some people spot-check their compressed air quarterly using colorimetric tubes, but it is safer to test the air continuously. If you are operating or servicing equipment containing fluorinated greenhouse gas (F gas) in refrigeration, air conditioning and fire protection systems you need to adhere to...
By Analox Sensor Technology based in Stokesley, UNITED KINGDOM.
Grinding & Deburring dusts are Unbreathable. Many industrial processes generate contaminants in the air in the form of dust and particles. Airborne dust and fine particulate can be hazardous to human health, and should be extracted before it reaches the worker`s breathing zone.? Typical sources of these pollutants arise from cutting, grinding using an angle grinder or die grinder, automated grinding machines, deburring work and many other abrasive processes. Robotic grinding machines generally create a...
By Diversitech based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA).
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