Articles & Whitepapers
1) Semiconductor gas sensor It is made by using the principle that the electrical conductivity of some metal oxide semiconductor materials changes with the composition of the ambient gas at a certain temperature. Semiconductor gas sensor can be effectively used for: methane, ethane, propane, butane, alcohol, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ethylene, acetylene, vinyl chloride, ...
Iron Creek’s Patented Enhanced Thermal Conduction technology is Changing the Thermal Remediation Paradigm - Marwell Tar Pit Remediation - Whitehorse, Yukon - Case Study
The Marwell Tar Pit, located in an industrial area adjacent to the downtown core of Whitehorse was the largest single-source hydrocarbon contaminated site in the Yukon. In the 1940s, it was used as a ...
Iron Creek Group Wins Esteemed Award for Sustainable Technology that Remediates Petroleum-Impacted Soil
North American based Iron Creek Group cleans environmentally impacted sites using the contaminants to fuel the clean-up and restoration of the soil. Right now, their technology is the best solution to help the Navy quickly and efficiently clean up ...
Equipment & Solutions
The thermal conductivity detector (TCD) is a universal detector with a ppm to % level range. The detector is described below: The Model 55 has a thermal conductivity (TCD) cell with a sealed reference, a low voltage power supply, and a Wheatstone bridge with an electrometer. The electrometer output is 0-10 VDC. The customer needs a separate ADC channel to feed the electrometer signal into the ...