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dangerous gas detection Applications

  • Gas Detection Solutions for Sour Gas

    The sour (H2S) content of hydrocarbon fields worldwide is increasing, and many natural gas fields have very high H2S – sometimes in excess of 50%. H2S is extremely dangerous because, although people can smell it at low levels (about 5 ppb) it does not smell much worse at the exposure limit value of 10 ppm or at potentially fatal levels in excess of 100 ppm. Therefore smell is an unreliable means of determining dangerous levels. Existing H2S point sensors are maintenance intensive, slow to respond...

    By Boreal Laser Inc. based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA).

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    Gas Detection for the Gas Industry for the Indoor Air Industry

    Sewerin manufacture a wide range of gas warning detectors suitable for many different gas monitoring, detection and warning applications.
    Sewerin gas detectors are used to monitor and warn of the dangers from explosive, toxic and asphyxiating gases.

    By Hermann Sewerin GmbH based in G├╝tersloh, GERMANY.

  • Gas detection analyzers for pulp & paper mills

    Flammable non-condensible gases (NCG’s) are byproducts of the wood pulping process. Health and pollution regulations prohibit the release of these gases into the atmosphere. They are usually eliminated by passing them through an incinerator or by using them as fuel in the burner of a boiler or kiln. The incinerator, boiler or kiln however can be damaged by NCG’s which have built up explosive levels. Pulp mills require the use of our PrevEx Flammability Analyzers to monitor the NCG stream and detect...

    By Control Instruments Corporation based in Fairfield, NEW JERSEY (USA).

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    Gas monitoring instruments and systems for phosgene monitoring

    Phosgene COCl2 is a colorless gas. While it has been used as a Chemical Weapon Agent (CWA) in the past, currently this poisonous gas is also an important reagent in synthesis in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. The plants using phosgene are typically equipped with gas sensors to detect leaks in the indoor ambient air. The critical situations arise when equipment in contact with the gas at the manufacturing facilities are serviced and maintained. As phosgene is very poisonous, even small gas pockets...

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Helsinki, FINLAND.

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