When it comes to gas detection – size matters!
Nov 23 2021
When considering which portable gas detector is the right choice, opt for one that is small and light enough to be carried properly.
Of course, it has to monitor the gases anticipated to be on site, but in this case comfort actually increases safety. For the measurement to be accurate, the instrument should be worn in the “respirable breathing zone” of the worker. The readings should come from the same area as the air that is entering the worker’s lungs.
And the larger, heavier and more cumbersome a gas detector is, the greater the risk that it will be worn on the belt or even discarded for convenience.
In This Edition Fuel for Thought - AnalytiChem acquires SCP SCIENCE - COVID-19 boosts adoption of virtual reality in the oil and gas industry - ION Science’s MiniPID Sensors win prestigio...
View all digital editions
Jun 26 2022 Seattle, WA, USA
Jun 29 2022 Barcelona, Spain
Jun 29 2022 Auckland, New Zealand
Jul 04 2022 Abuja, Nigeria
Jul 05 2022 Milan, Italy