Advice for choosing portable explosive gas detector at refineries
Advice for choosing portable explosive gas detector at refineries. The oil and gas industry is the most well-known example of where there is a risk of explosion. This industry has specific stages each with their own challenges such as exploration, extraction, refining, storage, transportation and retail operations. Because of this, companies in the oil and gas industry now require equipment that is capable of continuous monitoring for combustible hydrocarbon gases such as methane, propane, and related gasest to prevent fire and explosions as well as environmental pollution.
Both portable and fixed gas detection systems play an important role in keeping plant and personnel safe.
The correct selection of portable gas detector equipment will be determined by a host of factors such as whether single or multi gas detection is required, which type of sensor is most appropriate, of course, the speed of the reaction. Our portable gas detectors can range from detecting a single gas, in a disposable version, to a device that could measure 5 and up to 6 specific gases.
Portable single gas detectors can be used to monitor a broad range of gases including methane, carbon monoxide, ammonia, carbon donoxide, hydrogen sulphide or oxygen. Some of these, such as the E1000, for instance, incorporate a smart sensor module.
Portable multi gas detectors are able to measure a number of gases simultaneously. E6000 6 gas detector is a rugged and compact portable multi gas detector that measures H2S, O2, H2, CO, LEL, etc. It was developed to take measurements for factories, offshore drilling platform, large refinery.
Please contact our Customer Service Team to discuss your personal portable gas detector application and need.
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