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Remote Monitoring Articles

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Monitoring Standards

In the UK, as in all Member EU states, European (EN) Standards are used as the basis for most emissions monitoring requirements.

The True Cost of Water

Without adequate water supplies and an understanding of the true value of water, many businesses would be incapable of operating. Defining the true value of water helps businesses make intelligent decisions regarding how they source, use, reuse and dispose of water in order to maintain profitable economics of operation.

Safeguarding our Environment

Ensuring they are adhering to environmental regulations is a top priority for oil and gas organisations. Achieving these standards remains a challenge to the industry, however, as regulations evolve and factors such as carbon emissions trading become more sophisticated in the mission to maintain best practice and safeguard the environment.

Diode Laser Systems In Gas Measurement

The online analysis of biogas has increased in importance with the increasing use of anaerobic digestion and the use of biogas to generate revenues. Fully automated gas analysis systems can help the operator maximise output, verify data, and give warnings of out of range parameters to safeguard installed plant.

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Gas Detection

Security and peace of mind in their oxygen sensors is what individuals need when their duties involve entering potentially hazardous environments found in numerous different industries.

Gas Detection Technology

Enormous quantities of greenhouse gases (GHG) exist within Arctic ice and frozen soils, so with the threat of global warming, a clear understanding of the relationship between GHG in the atmosphere and in the ice/soil is vital, because melting of permafrost could cause a dangerous climate tipping point.

Gas Chromatography Sampling Emissions

The government’s Air Quality Strategy for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 2007 sets national air quality standards to protect human health, and is the main policy instrument for improving air quality. Policies set out in the strategy support the achievement of national air quality objectives and EU air quality limit values.

Monitoring The Air We Breathe

The air that we breathe needs to be regularly monitored and assessed to ensure ongoing quality of life. There are proven links between pollution and adverse effects on our health as well as on environmental sustainability. Therefore, we need to ensure that the amounts of pollutants in the air do not go above levels where they become dangerous to our health or to the environment.

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Benzene Monitoring

Environmental concerns continue to exert downward pressure on the detection limits of monitoring systems. Benzene, along with other aromatics, is coming under increasing scrutiny in the European Union, and the United States is also re-examining current permissible levels.

Continuous Odour Monitoring

Composting sites generate odour nuisances along the site boundaries. The setting up of a continuous odour monitoring system based on eNose technology means operators can get a better understanding of the way unpleasant odour incidents occur and do something about their process to reduce emissions.

Gas Detection

Gases and vapours other than air can pose a threat to human life. The exact nature of this threat depends on the gas present, but in general we divide gas hazards into three main categories: • Combustible • Toxic • Asphyxiant

Remote Monitoring - Living Walls

New technologies of robust soil moisture sensors that are linked to the internet have considerable potential utility in city landscapes for ensuring high quality ornamental gardens that are efficiently managed and environmentally sustainable.

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Weather Monitoring [June 2011]

For a long time weather monitoring was largely a pastime of enthusiastic amateurs, but over the last century it has evolved into a well organised and professional global activity that reflects its crucial importance for a wide range of economic, environmental, civil protection and farming activities.

Gas Detection

Single gas detectors, often referred to as personal gas monitors have been in service for quite a number of years. They are a regular every day sight attached to worker’s coveralls in a wide range of industries and accepted as part of the uniform much like the company badge on the very same pair of coveralls. Whether they are black, yellow, orange or blue they all perform much the same function, don’t they?

Environmental Noise Monitoring

European legislation is calling for ‘noise action plans’. How good are current models based on prediction, and can a new technology provide a fuller reporting method? Richard Barham, a researcher at the National Physical Laboratory’s Acoustic Group, outlines current legislation and how improved measurement can help to meet it.

GAS DETECTION

Rob Fair, Chair of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health’s Hazardous Industries Group, discusses gas detection with his committee members.

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Hyperspectral Imaging Technology

What do bruised fruit, crime scenes and the United States of America’s Declaration of Independence have in common? Our understanding of all three areas has been enhanced through the use of hyperspectral imaging.

Emissions Monitoring

This work sets out to determine the extent to which the economic value of power generation from landfill gas differs from the market value of the CO2 equivalent landfill gas. To achieve this purpose, a cost-benefit model has been created in order to identify the different costs and revenues associated with a landfill operational site. Three different scenarios have been analysed: small, medium and large landfill sites, all of them based in the UK.

Monitoring of Sea Water Desalination

Sodom and Gomorrah, lying in the desert heat, were the cities to which God sent Abraham in order to find righteous men in the heart of evil. It was where Lot and his family were living, and from whence they emerged into the world. The area has always been rich in drama and emotions. And, indeed, the project of bringing water from the Red Sea to the Dead Sea has always been controversial. On one hand, it may benefit the residents of the area and promote peace in the Middle East and around the world; on the other hand, the radical ecological upheaval may cause unpredictable and irrevocable damage.

Noise Monitoring [Dec 2010]

This article explores the background to health and safety at work with respect to hearing, an often under estimated problem, not only because it is not immediately,apparent when we put our hearing at risk – the symptoms can occur years later – but also because of the consequences hearing loss can have upon our lives.

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Gas Detectors

Confined spaces contain two types of hazards: atmospheric and physical. About 40% of all confined space incidents involve hazardous atmospheres. For this reason regulators emphasise the requirement to analyse the air for hazardous conditions prior to entry and that spaces be monitored periodically, or in certain situations, continuously, while occupied.

Metal - Monitoring West African surface and ground water systems

This paper provides an initial assessment of metal concentrations in West African freshwater systems and proposes some preliminary environmental quality standards that could be used to assess impacts of development schemes in the region. In addition, some ideas to resolve the challenges encountered during the collection of samples are suggested.

Gas Detection - Latest developments in portable and fixed gas detection

The purpose of this article is to inform readers of a number of the latest developments in gas detection across a range of different disciplines.

Confined Space - More Hazardous than other Workspaces

Confined space may be defined as a place where the means of entry or exit are restricted because of location, design, construction or contents. It may include tanks, tankers, tunnels, silos, sewers, flues, pipelines, sea containers or vessels. The main hazards encountered in confined spaces are fire or explosion, asphyxiation, toxicity, drowning in liquids or free flowing solids and injury or death if mechanical equipment within the confined space is inadvertently turned on while someone is still inside. These hazards are due to the presence of hazardous gases, vapours, fumes, dusts or the creation of an oxygen-deficient or oxygen-rich atmosphere.

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Environmental Odour Monitoring

A real-time odour impact monitoring system was installed at the Sivos des 60 Bornes waste water treatment plant (WWTP), which treats the waste water of two towns, St-Hilaire-de-Riez and St-Jean-de-Monts, on the French coast in the region of Vendée. The users’ objective was to minimise odour nuisances generated by pumping stations of the waste-water system and by various components of the WWTP.

Weather Monitoring And Global Cooling

Since we are considering climate change, it is necessary to go back as far as possible - to when meteorological measurements began around 1850. Instruments were then of simple mechanical design, read by observers. Even today most climate data still originate from such simple devices.

Gas Detection: Bump Testing - There Simply is No Other Option to Ensure Your Safety

True story: On a warm summer morning, the operations crew sat in the control room of a rural western US manufacturing facility. During their morning discussion, one of the operators noticed the smell of gas.

Chromatography - The Science of Separation [Jun 2010]

Chromatography is the science of separation, with the analyte of interest being in a mobile phase, passing through a series of stationary phases. This allows the analyte to be isolated for quantification through a wide variety of techniques. This article looks at how chromatography is used to separate the noble gas krypton from air.

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Gas Detection

The certification process for gas detection equipment can be complicated in China. Gas detection manufacturers from other major trading blocks around the world will find that exporting products to the Chinese market doesn’t follow a similar route to those for European or North American approval, for example. Differences in national standards, and a stringent approval route makes Chinese approval for gas detection products confusing and time-consuming, but not without its economic advantages.

Heavy Metals' Monitoring

Much of the focus on measuring heavy metals in the ambient atmosphere has been to establish monitoring sites at locations close to local sources of heavy metals in industrial and urban areas. However, there is also a specific legislative requirement to monitor heavy metals in rural areas where concentrations are considerably lower. The Rural Heavy Metals Monitoring and Deposition Network determines the concentrations of heavy metals in samples of ambient air and rainwater collected at remote rural sites across the UK, which are not unduly influenced by local sources of anthropogenic emissions. This article describes the operation of this monitoring network and how the data are used to determine background levels of heavy metals in the UK (and thereby demonstrate compliance of the UK with the relevant EU legislation for rural areas), and in the quantification of heavy metal deposition from the atmosphere.

Monitoring of Industrial Noise

How environmental noise like industrial noise can be determined optimally depends on the situation and the scale in which goals with respect to noise control apply. Only for major industrial plants like manufacturing sites, petrochemical and pharmaceutical operations, construction sites and power stations and oil refineries, it is necessary and cost efficient to perform complex calculations and measuring (monitoring). Such a goal can be the reduction of the average noise emission in a certain area or at a single receiver position. In these cases an integral view of all aspects of environmental noise assists the policy makers in designing more effective policies concerning noise. An example of such a policy is the European guideline for mapping of environmental noise1.

Noise Monitoring - Preventing the sad slip into silence

Colin Chatten relates his early memories to the importance of monitoring noise in order to prevent hearing damage being caused at work.

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More or Less Air Quality - Monitoring Air Quality at the Personal Scale

A synergistic collision of technologies is offering a new chance to create air quality networks at an affordable cost. Lower power, lower cost GPS plus GSM networking via mobile phone network are combining with improved low cost gas sensors that sense gas concentrations at parts-per-billion (ppb) levels. The result? Low cost air quality networks that can monitor urban air quality in real time.

Air Pollution - Monitoring Particulates

Clean air is an essential requirement for the health and wellbeing of both the human race and the environment we live in, but achieving it is a constant battle with air pollution. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), more than two million premature deaths each year can be attributed to the effects of urban outdoor and indoor air pollution, a shocking statistic indeed.

Environmental Monitoring Standards and Methods - Selection of standards for emission monitoring

With the increasing requirement for the installation of continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS) it is important that capital investment is protected and that instrumentation gives reliable, meaningful and repeatable data. Fitting MCERTS-approved equipment is one element but it is extremely important that the system is verified. The verification process requires the use of standard reference methods to underpin the data.

Monitoring For Heavy Metals

Many articles have been written regarding pollution by heavy metals in this and other journals and we all have perception of heavy metals. But what is a heavy metal? Firstly let’s look at the dictionary definition of a metal: An element which is shiny, malleable and ductile, is a good conductor of heat and electricity the atoms of which readily loose electrons to form positive ions (cations).

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Air Quality Monitoring

This article considers air quality monitoring in the UK, in particular its role in meeting the requirements of the Convention on Long range Transboundary Air Pollution. It will describe the direct monitoring of air pollutants, and also how modelling is used to give a picture for the UK. Finally it will consider another key aspect of air quality - that of monitoring for effects.

Ammonia Sensors and Their Applications

According to the European Environment Agency (EEA), almost 10 million metric tons of ammonia are produced and used per year in Western Europe, making it one of the most common of all High Production Volume (HPV) industrial chemicals.

Weather Monitoring and Urban Air Quality

Being able to make good overall estimates, helps to control air quality and implement preventive actions to reduce emissions

Noise Monitoring [Sept 2009]

Environmental noise modelling describes the process of theoretically estimating noise levels within a region of interest under a specific set of conditions.

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Noise Monitoring [Aug 2009]

Noise exposure legislation, designed to protect the hearing of employees and prevent noise nuisance, is becoming tougher and more widespread. It's a response to our increased understanding of the damage that noise can do to hearing and the negative impact it can have on quality of life in the wider community.

Gas Detection

Knowledge of the nature and amounts of pollutants in the atmosphere is of major importance in air quality. Consequently there is a need for precise and reliable instruments for analysis of particular gaseous pollutants. Such pollutants include sulphur dioxide (SO2), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and carbon monoxide (CO). This article will review detection methods for these and, more briefly, for other pollutant gases.

Groundwater Monitoring

Significant timesavings, improved sample process integrity, quality assurance and minimal quantities of potentially contaminated purge water to manage - are attractive as the focus on groundwater quality sharpens and economics demand best cost- benefit based methods.

Monitoring Heavy Metals

The UK Heavy Metals Monitoring Network measures the concentration of metals in ambient air in order to assess the UK’s compliance with European air quality legislation and the exposure of the general population to potentially harmful compounds. This article describes the operation of the Network, and how its constituent monitoring sites around the UK have recently been reorganised in order to ensure compliance with European legislation.

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Continuous Emissions Monitoring

The topic of monitoring stationary sources emissions is very broad and many books have been published on the subject. This article is aimed at giving an overview of some of the techniques employed.

Environmental Noise Monitoring

Living next to the main railway going north from Oslo, Norway, I have some firsthand experience when it comes to environmental noise. There are more than 60,000 train passes outside my window in a year. To many people’s surprise I have little problem with it. The main reasons are that I live in a modern building with triple glass windows and the majority of the trains passing are modern low noise train passing slowly. However, some nights there will be a fast passing diesel locomotive or a squeaky goods train that can wake up the whole neighbourhood.

Calibrate with Confidence

Gas detectors are life saving devices. They are precision instruments that are built solely to measure and monitor potentially lethal gases in the workplace. The only way to ensure that a gas monitor will accurately respond to the hazardous gas or gases it is designed to detect is to calibrate the sensors against a known gas standard.

Assessing, Sampling and Analysis Techniques

Do water samples collected routinely for monitoring programmes accurately reflect river phosphorus (P) and suspended solids (SS) concentrations? This paper examines several stages of standard sampling, preservation and analysis techniques (SSPAT) for water samples from two lowland UK rivers. Although universal analytical procedures are necessary for data comparison, this paper indicates that adopting a SSPAT approach alone may jeopardise sample representativeness. Therefore, preliminary surveys to assess whether SSPAT protocol is sufficient to quantify P and SS loads are highly recommended.

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Environmental Noise Monitoring

Noise pollution is a problem controlled and managed by numerous pieces of legislation, standards and documents providing guidance. In the UK, each piece of guidance or legislation varies sufficiently to cause a certain degree of conflict, which can lead to confusion and conflict amongst site operators, developers, regulators and the general public.

Real Time Monitoring

Temperature and humidity represent two of the most commonly measured parameters whether for industrial processes, building management and performance or critical parameter monitoring inhealthcare and pharmaceuticals. The emergence of wireless sensor networks is opening up a whole new area of opportunity for such measurements by allowing cost effective real time continuous monitoring, access to measurements unreachableusing wired or manual methods and flexibility in reconfiguring an installation to allow optimum sensor point location.

Monitoring for Safe Work

Toxic VOCs in oil industry applications - Organic chemicals consist of molecules that contain carbon. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic compounds characterised by their tendency to evaporate easily at room temperature.

Air Quality Monitoring

We would all like to gaze into a crystal ball to see how the industry is going to develop but we do know of forthcoming standards and legislation which will affect the way we operate. European standards developed by CEN have a mandatory requirement and must be adopted by all states within the European Union.

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Heavy Metal Monitoring

The monitoring of heavy metals in our environment has increased significantly in importance over the last few years. The bio accumulative properties and resultant health effects have been well documented, with a monitoring requirement for regulatory compliance the result.

Continuous Emissions Monitoring

Air pollution is an important issue of concern to the general public as exposure to low levels of some toxic species emitted by industrial processes may be hazardous to human health or impact adversely on the environment. This article describes how the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), a National Measurement Institute (NMI) in the UK supported by the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS), has been involved in assisting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the development of the next generation of novel continuous emissions monitors (CEMs).

Continuous Noise Monitoring

The increasing awareness of the public of environmental issues such as CO2 emissions, carbon footprints and waste recycling has brought the issue of environmental noise to the fore. Many of the demands of modern society result in the creation of noise sources such as larger airports, additional power stations and higher road traffic levels.

Air Emission Monitoring

The effects of the EU Directives are being felt by all involved in the majority of industry. One of the key elements of the directives is the requirement for quality monitoring data not only for compliance testing but also for calibration of continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS).

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Weather Monitoring [Mar 2008]

This article will give an overview of the most widely used meteorological sensors and their strengths and weaknesses. The word ‘sensors’ is here being used a little loosely and will sometimes include transducers, describing the conversion of the measured variable to another. There are innumerable sensor types in use and it is impossible to cover more than a fraction of them. This article does not go into detail concerning more elaborate measurements using optical sensors of parameters such as cloud or visibility nor does it deal with data logging or display, instead the focus is on the sensors commonly used in monitoring weather at or near the surface.

Confined Spaces

A number of people are killed or seriously injured in confined spaces each year. This happens in a wide range of industries, from those involving complex plant to simple storage vessels. Those killed include not only people working in the confined space but those who try to rescue them without proper training and equipment.

Monitoring You Can Trust

Gas monitoring instruments used by occupational and environmental health and safety (OEHS) professionals have come a long way in improvements since the days of analog monitors designed to warn coal miners of the presence of methane gas. They are advanced to the point where the instruments are chock-full of exceptional features and functionality, much of which comes standard with the product. New or improved technologies have helped to raise the bar, as well as market expectations, resulting in better products and more choices.

Remote and Wireless Monitoring

In its infancy in Europe, carbon trading is fueling remote and wireless monitoring globally, especially in North and South America. That experience and technology is now finding a demand in Europe.

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Continuous Particulate Emissions Monitoring

The subject of Continuous Particulate emission monitoring to satisfy regulatory requirements is of relatively new interest as a result of recent changes in legislation. Historically regulators were concerned with the visual impact of the discharge from a stack and therefore emission limits were expressed in terms of colour or opacity. However with the advent of emission limits for a process being defined in terms of mass concentration (expressed in mg/ m3) the issue of continuous particulate monitoring has become a new and growing regulatory requirement.

Real Time Odour Monitoring

Odour abatement monitoring using electronic noses The equipment implemented to reduce odour emissions is designed with effectiveness in mind. However, some operating conditions may reduce that effectiveness without an industrial site being able to detect this quickly. Processes that most of the time have low odour emissions may become, under certain weather conditions, a major nuisance source.

Monitoring Climate Change

Anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) are a major cause of global warming and climate change. Measures are now being taken on an international scale to reduce these emissions. However, progress is slow.

Monitoring Environmental Noise Pollution

Noise pollution is a problem controlled and managed by numerous pieces of legislation, standards and documents providing guidance. In the UK, each piece of guidance or legislation varies sufficiently to cause a certain degree of conflict, which can lead to confusion and conflict amongst site operators, developers, regulators and the general public.

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Water Quality Monitoring Below the Sea

Historically, water quality monitoring has relied on sampling or spot checking, however, the trend has been for process operators to move towards continuous monitoring. This, in turn, has created a need for sensors to be developed that are more robust and reliable and require less maintenance and ongoing calibration. At the same time, data collection and communication technologies have advanced considerably and it is now possible to view real- time water quality data at any time from anywhere. This article will outline some of the latest sensor technologies and examine the ways in which they are now able to resolve the problems traditionally associated with continuous monitoring.

Heavy Metals Monitoring

The need for air quality measurements has many drivers including: measuring the exposure of the general population to a variety of toxic compounds; informing policy development, assessing compliance with legislative target values. The measurement infrastructure must be able to readily respond to rapidly changing requirements such as the specification of new pollutants, or assessment of episodes e.g. trans-boundary pollution events. In particular, the determination of the total concentrations of metals in ambient air is of great importance within this framework.

Humidity Measurement

The concept of humidity starts with basic thermodynamics. According to the phase rule, for a system in phase equilibrium:

Gas Detection

Mines can be hazardous environments and the possibility of fire, flood, explosion, asphyxiation, toxic gas poisoning and collapse has the potential to simultaneously affect a large number of people.

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Continuous Emissions Monitoring

There has never been such a wide range of analysers and systems available for continuous emissions monitoring from industrial processes as there is today. In the UK there are many manufacturers and distributors offering CEMS (continuous emissions monitoring systems) using a variety of technologies. These include Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR) absorption, Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR), Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy (DOAS), chemiluminescence and photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS) for gaseous species as well as various techniques for particulate monitors.

Heavy Metals Monitoring

Monitoring heavy metals has never been more in the spotlight. Recent regulation and legislation are set to keep it that way. This article outlines the impact heavy metals can have on human health and the environment and goes on to provide an insight into the wide range of analytical techniques available to the analysts involved in monitoring heavy metals today.

Confined Space Entry

Poe, whilst writing his classic short story, succeeded in conjuring up a vision of "the pit" as a deep, dark place full of grotesque fates for those unfortunate enough to enter. In the modern health and safety context, "the pit" is just one example of the broad range of confined space entry scenarios. All of which are capable of bringing injury, illness and death to the unaware, untrained, unassessed and the unprepared.

Monitoring and Forecasting The Weather

Providing predictions for the oceans, the dispersion of pollution, rainfall run-off, climate change and other environmental parameters. The Met Office is best known for weather forecasting. But, as well as a huge range of forecasts for a wide range of purposes around the globe, the Met Office also provides predictions for the oceans, the dispersion of pollution, rainfall run-off, climate change and other environmental parameters.

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A Fully Functional Lab In Your Pocket

An overview into the techniques used by managers, researchers and manufacturers as the demand for effective remote monitoring increases.

Combustion and Emissions Monitoring

The MCERTS (Monitoring Certification) scheme, possibly the most developed quality assurance scheme for environmental emissions monitoring in the world, was developed to ensure quality environmental monitoring data was generated for the largest and most polluting sites. However, the obvious benefits of the scheme has ensured that it is becoming the minimum standard demanded by many smaller site operators and is being adopted beyond the UK.

Gas Detection In The Environment

Awareness of air pollution issues is everywhere

Asbestos Testing & Airborne Fibre Monitoring

Quality control requirements and scientific testing methods

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Remote Monitoring Keeping Us on the Move

The future will provide users with enhanced real time access for environmental monitoring that will enable remote access to weather condition data from the roadside to coastal waters.

Something in the Air Monitoring Air Pollution

Air pollution reduces life expectancy and increases infant mortality. That much is well documented in Europe and internationally.

Attack of The Killer Spaces

Mise en scène - It's more like a scene from a Hammer Horror B-movie than reality, but it actually does happen, at least once a year. Someone goes into a harmless-looking opening, perhaps to retrieve something they have dropped, or just for a look, and they don't come out.

Field and Continuous Measurements

The specification and use of online/field instruments and test kits can be a complicated business. Making the wrong choice could prove expensive.

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Gas Detectors

Gas detectors do 'exactly what it says on the tin' – they detect the presence, and in many cases levels, of gases.

Confined Space Entry

When considering confined space entry procedure, employers integrate many factors into a plan to ensure the safety of all involved. In the UK under the Confined Spaces Regulations 19972, employers must first try to avoid the need for a confined space entry.

Gas Detection

When using or being exposed to hazardous substances at work people's health may be put at risk as a result of over exposure to these materials

ATEX Directives 94/9/EC and 99/92/EC

The Directive ATEX 94/9/EC of 23rd March 1994 on the approximation of the Laws of the Member States concerning equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres has been published on the official EC Gazette No.100 of 19th April 1994.

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Gas Detection Technology

There is an array of different sensors for different applications. Jörg Kühn explains the benefits and disadvantages of each kind and how to use them safely.

 

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