Hazardous Gas Applications
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.
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.
By Control Instruments Corporation based in Fairfield, NEW JERSEY (USA).
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, and the need to protect workers from toxic gas exposure and asphyxiation risks.
CST Covers domes help operators achieve regulatory compliance and bring new levels of cost efficiency to storage facility operations. By helping control hazardous vapor emissions and preventing water intrusion, our domes provide environmental and stored product protection and reduce lifetime maintenance and operating costs. The unique CST Covers dome can also be designed to withstand pressure required in certain difficult applications.
By CST Industries Inc based in Gardena, CALIFORNIA (USA).
What are siloxanes?
The generation of electricity from municipal digesters and land fill is of increasing interest, as the biogas generated is a form of renewable energy. Organosilicon compounds are often present in products such as shampoo and cosmetics, as well as industrial products and lubricants, and they move into land-fill. These volatile compounds find their way into land-fill or digester gases as siloxanes.
By Protea Limited based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM.
Frequently regarded as a simple commodity, water is a vital element of day-to-day life, both for personal health and to industrial and commercial users. Over its 40 year history Crowcon is therefore proud to have provided a wide variety of water industry users with gas detection equipment.
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