Gas Detection

Make Linearity Testing Easier with a Gas Divider

Make Linearity Testing Easier with a Gas Divider

The principle of a linearity test is to check that the gas analyser system is ‘linear’. The linearity shall be calculated and tested using the procedure given in annex B of the standard EN14181. Linearity tests can be performed by Service Engineer, Site Engineer or...

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Gas Testing in Shipping Containers

Gas Testing in Shipping Containers

Shipping containers present a risk to any person opening and unloading them. There are many reasons why shipping containers contain dangerous gases. This may be dependent on the type of cargo or whether the container has been fumigated. Prior to opening and unloading,...

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Gas Detector Tubes and Who Uses Them

Gas Detector Tubes and Who Uses Them

Sourcing gas detectors can be confusing. Will it measure my target gas? Can it be used anywhere? What's the total cost of ownership? Then there’s the problem of trying to find a solution within your price range. Gastec detector tubes have been around for many years....

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CLPX – The Truly Portable Monitor for Isocyanate Detection

CLPX – The Truly Portable Monitor for Isocyanate Detection

During paint spraying or polyurethane foam spraying, the air will be filled with nasty gases that you really don’t want to be breathing in. Prolonged exposure to isocyanates potentially causes all sorts of respiratory health problems. Regular biological and air...

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Will You be Ready for the 11th July?

Will You be Ready for the 11th July?

The new workplace exposure limits (WELs) for Formaldehyde come into force on 11th July. Will you be ready? Formaldehyde is a dangerous gas to be exposed to and can cause long lasting damage. From skin irritation and sickness, prolonged exposure can cause severe...

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Book Your Spring OdaLog Service

Book Your Spring OdaLog Service

The cold winter months are behind us and OdaLog users are preparing to get them back out in the field. Get them checked over first. Book an OdaLog Service What is the OdaLog? The OdaLog Logger L2 is used in the wastewater industry, primarily for locating Hydrogen...

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Download the Latest Gastec Tube Brochure

Download the Latest Gastec Tube Brochure

Download the latest Gastec tube brochure to have the latest information at your fingertips > New Gastec Tubes Available > Latest Gas Ranges > Your Guide to Accessories > Changes to Specification   The brochure will provide you with everything you need...

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What’s the Importance of Workplace Exposure Limits?

What’s the Importance of Workplace Exposure Limits?

Workplace exposure limits are an important tool for risk assessment, providing valuable data for occupational safety, and control of hazardous substances. An education of gas hazards helps to understand how workplace exposure limits are applied. There are 3 types of...

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Comparison of Gas Detection Sensors

Comparison of Gas Detection Sensors

One of the first challenges for choosing a gas detecting product is to determine which gas sensor technology you need. Gas detection sensor technologies have differing functionality and their limitations depend on the conditions they're exposed to. Understanding the...

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Are You Aware of the Dangers of Peracetic Acid?

Are You Aware of the Dangers of Peracetic Acid?

Although peracetic acid or PAA as it's known is a colourless liquid, it is recognised by its strong vinegar-like odour.  Inhaling airbourne vapours of peracetic acid can cause immediate burning of the nose, throat and respiratory tract. We explore the dangers of...

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OdaLog Bluetooth – Wastewater Datalogging Made Easy

OdaLog Bluetooth – Wastewater Datalogging Made Easy

OdaLog® is an industry leader in providing the best solutions for gas detection and logging applications, specifically designed for harsh wastewater environments. With OdaLogs being deployed for up to 1 month at a time, it's imperative that the OdaLog configuration is...

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Gas Detection in Waste Incineration Plants

Gas Detection in Waste Incineration Plants

At waste incineration plants, fuel derives from household waste, clinical waste, hazardous waste or biomass. Whilst these materials provide excellent sources of fuel, they emit dangerous gases which pose a threat to those working at the plant. Gas detection equipment...

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