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    Oil spill recovery

    As the exploration for oil and gas enters areas of greater environmental vulnerability, the need for proven, reliable and robust equipment is doubly important. DESMI continues to answer this challenge with existing as well as specially developed oil spill recovery systems to operate in the most difficult and harsh environments known to man. This equipment is known as the ARCTIC range. This is a special tool kit of systems to enable you to successfully contain, recover and store hydrocarbons in the Arctic environment. In addition, we offer a range of ‘fail safe’ fire booms for use in controlled burning of oil in ice.

    By DESMI A/S based in Noerresundby, DENMARK.

  • Air pollution control for soil remediation

    Epcon is known in the industry for the Soil Remediation Oxidizer, including Hazardous and Toxic Spills. Epcon Thermal OxidizerSystems, which operate in a very safe manner, clean up the toxic chemicals from the ground. We pre-test and pre-assemble the majority of systems in our 150,000 Sq. Ft. modern shop.

    By Epcon Industrial Systems, LP based in The Woodlands, TEXAS (USA).

  • Weather Monitoring Systems for emergency response & homeland security

    Accurate and rugged weather systems that can be installed quickly and easily are vital for First Responders at HAZMAT spill and Homeland Security response locations. You can depend on Climatronics portable Cameo/Aloha HAZMAT Weather Systems and PARTAC Particulate Profilers to reliably support your command, control and cleanup activities.

    By Climatronics Corporation based in Bohemia, NEW YORK (USA).

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    Measurement solution for medical workplace monitoring

    In taking a responsible stance on the exposure of workers to any potential hazardous gases, there is a need for workplaces using anaesthetic gases, such as hospital operating rooms or research laboratories, to control the level of waste anaesthetic gas in the ambient air. Anaesthesia machines, ventilators, breathing systems and waste gas scavenging systems will all contribute to te background level of he anaesthetic gases that are present in the environment within a facility, whether those machines are in a good state of repair or not. Recovery rooms can become polluted, for example from gas exhaled by the patient, and clean-up from any spills can remain in the background air for long periods.

    By Protea Limited based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM.

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