International Gas Detectors (IGD) recently completed a large gas detection project in partnership with Medical Pipelines Services Ltd. The Manchester Engineering Campus Development, for the University of Manchester, is the UK’s largest engineering campus with over three hundred (300+) IGD TOC-750 addressable gas detectors protecting staff and students 24/7. Read our case study to learn more on how we helped University of Manchester protect staff and students 24/7 from gas leaks.
H2S can be present in number of areas in agriculture. It is most commonly found in slurry pits or tanks where animal waste is stored, however it can also be found in poorly ventilated farm housing, such as livestock barns. This can easily turn into a hazard for personnel on site, as it is usually found indoors, in confined spaces, where H2S levels can quickly increase. A hydrogen sulphide gas monitor is essential in these environments.
Gas detection is almost always categorised by being either fixed or portable detection, but each of these categories can be further classified as either ATEX or safe area area detection. ATEX rated gas detectors are suitable for explosive atmospheres, known as ATEX zones. These are areas where we can expect flammable gases and/or vapours to be present. Safe area detection is suitable for all other areas that aren’t explosive atmospheres, there are many examples. Our article aims to provide guidance and answer the question why and where you would use a safe area VOC gas detector.
International Gas Detectors Ltd are proud to introduce the release of a new range of PID (VOC) fixed detectors, as well as a new range of portable VOC detectors. These two big additions to our product range allow us to offer a full VOC detector range and provide the best possible detection for our customers. IGD have over a 100+ years manufacturing experience in gas detection and over two decades of PID detection experience. Read our article to learn how we are raising the standard for VOC detection.