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Boilers

Common gas hazards include Natural Gas (CH4), Carbon Monoxide (CO) Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), Propane (C3H8) and Oxygen (O2).

A boiler room is an installation that produces energy to heat one or more buildings, to power industrial processes or to produce hot water.

A boiler room houses one or more boilers using a fuel such as gas, fuel oil, wood, biogas or possibly a combination of two different energy sources in the case of mixed boilers.

Boiler rooms, regardless of their size, pose explosion risks (e.g., CH4, butane, propane or LPG) and/or CO poisoning risks (H2S for biogas boiler rooms).

Does your boiler need gas detection equipment? Contact a1-cbiss to arrange a site survey or talk to our technical specialists for help with your gas detection needs