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Toxic Gas Monitoring Applications

  • Integrated real-time gas analysis solution for emissions industry

    Pollutant emissions from industrial smoke stacks are a major national concern due to both health concerns and climate change. As a consequence, there are at least tens of gas analyzer manufacturers in the U.S. alone that compete in that market and have done so for years. What CIC Photonics brings to that competitive field is its expertise derived from its Combustion Efficiency Solution and its high performance IRGAS Systems. The IRGAS-CEM provides real-time and simultaneous measurements of the multitude of toxic combustion products, including CO, CO2, NOx, SOx, CH4, CxHy, H2S, etc. The EP-IRGAS-SPA is also applicable for fast time responses.

    By CIC Photonics, Inc. based in Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO (USA).

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    Measurement solution for accurate continuous formaldehyde measurement formaldehyde in emissions and ambient air applications

    Formaldehyde (HCHO) is the simplest aldehyde species and is present, or generated by, many sources (both natural and industrial). It is classed as a substance that is toxic and harmful to human health.

    By Protea Limited based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Perimeter Monitoring and Area Monitoring

    GasFinder2 can be permanently installed to monitor chemical and petroleum plants for both combustible and toxic gases. GasFinder2 can be used to replace arrays of point sensors for perimeter monitoring. A single light path will replace many point sensors. With GasFinder2 perimeter monitoring, all gas dispersed from a facility is detected and logged.

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

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    Gas Detection Solutions for Gold Refining

    Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN) is a highly toxic compound that is a byproduct of many industrial processes. Existing HCN point sensors are maintenance intensive, slow to respond and provide limited coverage. Many HCN sensors do not work reliably in hot or cold weather, or in humid environments. Our technology can be used for fixed monitoring applications or for temporary protection of workers during construction projects.

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

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    Gas monitoring instruments and systems for compressed breathing air

    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 breathing (hard-helmet diving), respiratory equipment used on ground for escaping from toxic atmospheres and for working in contaminated atmospheres. It also covers breathing gas for hyperbaric operations and synthetic air. While EN 12021 does not cover aerospace applications, the British MOD publication DEF STAN 68-284 and its counterparts in other countries cover also the breathing gases used in aviation.

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Helsinki, FINLAND.

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    Portable Stack Monitoring

    Many industries are required to measure stack emissions of toxic gases periodically, but not continuously. Extractive wet chemical methods currently used are slow, labor intensive and expensive. A single GasFinderFC can perform stack monitoring requirements for a specific gas, quickly, easily and accurately.

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

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    Gas analysis & monitoring system for medical gases monitoring

    The measurement of occupational exposure to pollutants in the operating room is an essential tool for the detection of chemical, linked not only to the occurrence of infections and various diseases, but also to reduced alertness and performance of staff. To meet the above requirements, ETG proposes the use of ‘INFRARUN, thanks to the high sensitivity and stability and the very wide dynamic range, INFRARUN is the ideal tool to make a continuous sampling in the short and long-term gaseous contaminants in the field hospital, such as volatile anesthetics, aldehydes, fluorani, isofluorani,, VOC’s, etc.

    By ETG Risorse e Tecnologia based in Montiglio, ITALY.

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    Infrared sources for industrial and safety sector

    Axetris infrared sources are used in a variety of industrial applications: Combustible and Toxic Gas Detection, Refrigerant Monitoring, SF6 Monitoring, Fruit Ripening Monitoring, Flame Detection, Liquid Analysis using Attenuated Total Reflection ATR, Semiconductor Fabrication.

    By Axetris Ag based in Kaegiswil, SWITZERLAND.

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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.

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    Oxygen monitoring from aerobic and anaerobic for toxicity test

    Toxicity of pure chemicals is assessed using respirometers by adding increasing concentrations to an active culture. The concentration at which oxygen uptake or gas production begins to decrease is known as the “threshold toxicant concentration.”

    By Respirometer Systems and Applications, LLC based in Springdale, ARKANSAS (USA).

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    Gas monitoring instruments and systems for fumigation

    Sea cargo containers and wooden packing materials are fumigated to control the spreading of pest animals and micro-organisms. Fumigant gases are toxic and measurements are carried out as a health and safety precaution. Measurements are required by e.g. customs inspectors prior to opening containers, making the shipping companies responsible for carrying out measurements. Products shipped in containers may release VOCs from e.g. solvents and glues used in manufacturing process. The concentrations of vapors may be significant in the confined space of the container. While most containers originate in China and Southeast Asia, cargo container measurements are done in ports across the world, as the same gases are encountered in all ports.

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Helsinki, FINLAND.

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