In addition to miscellaneous products, shipping containers might contain toxic gases that present health hazards for workers opening or unloading them. Gasmet manufactures portable and powerful gas analyzers for measuring these hazardous gases inside enclosed spaces. With our solutions, you can measure vast variety of gases simultaneously in cost-effectively.
Accidents involving chemicals and other hazardous materials require fast and accurate gas measurements as part of the first response. The Gasmet™ DX4040 portable FTIR Gas Analyzer provides reliable identification and concentration measurements of hazardous gases in 60 seconds or less.
The first response encounters hazardous gases that need to be identified quickly. Gasmet manufactures portable and powerful gas analyzers for these crucial measurements. Measure a vast variety of gases simultaneously, on-site. Read about our solutions for First Response!
Before natural gas or oil is transported through new pipelines, the entire length of the pipeline assembly is pressure tested using either fresh water or seawater, and is the final construction ‘quality assurance’ test before the pipeline is put into operation. The pressure test is held for a specific amount of time, from between 1 day and 100 days, to ensure structural integrity before the pipeline is placed into operation.
The Oil and Gas industry pose many potential risks to workforce, workplace and the environment. Hazardous gas emissions are prevalent during production and processing operations with exposure to benzene being a significant concern.
Glove boxes are commonly transparent, sealed containers that have gloves built into the side. They allow users to create the appropriate atmosphere in which to manipulate objects or hazardous materials. Industries such as pharmaceutical, research, metal treatment and manufacturing employ gloveboxes to carry out processes such as welding or the handling of biological substances or chemicals. Gases such as nitrogen, argon or helium are used to blanket the atmosphere within the glovebox, which prevents reactions...
The oil and gas industry is in constant need of management of hazards with the right safety systems. The most obvious threat is the leakage and combustion of explosive gas. With hazardous gases ever present during production and processing operations, operators are constantly faced with the risk of flammable and toxic gas release and exposure. A high level of plant safety is achieved through the right gas detection equipment with detectors that will demand as little maintenance as possible, tell you when it needs...
Lime slurry can be easily applied to rough terrain with a fine spray, minimizing waste and dust migration while providing a much safer, cost effective alternative. Flue gas treatment for industrial facilities and hazardous waste incinerators.
Most chemical reactions are based on direct mass flow readings, and thus, Sierra`s immersible thermal mass flow meters and our volumetric vortex and multivariable mass vortex flow meters see extensive used in oil, gas and steam measurement. In addition, process liquid flows can be addressed with our non-intrusive clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters. Finally, our capillary thermal mass flow meters and controllers are perfect for semiconductor processing applications.
Chlorine has typically been used as a bleaching agent in pulp and paper mills; however, safety concerns regarding the use of chlorine gas in the industry have recently come under focus. Klorigen™ chlorine generation systems alleviate the risk inherent with the usage of large quantities of pressurized chlorine gas in these facilities.
Chemical and pharmaceutical facilities use a variety of hazardous gases and solvents in their production processes. Whenever these substances are transported, processed or stored, the potential risks are high for hazardous conditions. These substances must be continuously monitored to protect personnel and facilities from accidental releases or leakage. Our various lines of hazardous gas monitoring systems benefit the chemical and pharmaceutical industry in the following applications.
Citto Activated Carbon 'Air Series' offers a range of standard, impregnated, and specialized activated carbon products for a wide spectrum of air purification applications. The dynamic product array of the Citto Activated Carbon 'Air Series' is developed to meet stringent emission control regulations as well as safety standards for emerging respiratory technologies effectively removing nuisance odors, volatile organics, and hazardous chemicals from air and gas streams.
Today, steel production is becoming more and more technology intensive. Advanced control systems are under continuous development and large potentials to exploit their benefits therefore exist. The control systems optimize process operations leading to reduced processing time, reduced maintenance costs, increased energy efficiency, improved product quality and consistency as well as better emission control.
Supported by the global reach of its mature and dedicated distributor network, Crowcon has an enviable track record in the oil and gas industries. Read on to learn more about the applications, challenges and gas detection solutions typically seen in this demanding industry, or learn about how Crowcon recently helped Indian company Cairn Energy at their Mangala oil and gas processing facility.
Carbon dioxide (CO2)is a byproduct of the fermentation process, as well as being used in carbonation. Carbon dioxide leaks could result in over exposure to employees, as well as possible product damage.
•Luxury Yachts: With space a premium on most luxury yachts having a system on board that that can reduce the volume and weight of the wastes is key – we have a growing number of Gobi drying systems being specified as the alternative to cold storage of food wastes
•Exploration Vessels: Being at sea for lengthy periods of time and in certain areas no longer being allowed to dispose of food wastes directly to sea, means that the food wastes have to be stored on ship. Traditionally the wastes...
Once an archetypal example of manual production, the winery and brewery industries now incorporate sophisticated processes to ensure high quality levels and efficient output. In some cases traditional approaches have simply been scaled up or put under more stringent monitoring, whilst in others innovations such as nitrogen-pressurised canning have been introduced. However, whichever approach has been followed there is also a growing realisation of the gas hazards that are associated with both new and old processes,...