A leak of Benzene can happen in a large number of industries. Due to the carcinogenic, volatile nature of this gas, it is important to monitor this wherever it is likely to be present. Are you sufficiently protecting your team from Benzene? Check out our article to find out.
Benzene is a colourless chemical with a sweet smell but is highly carcinogenic, making it extremely difficult to detect without specialist equipment. There is a variety of equipment available for detecting benzene and finding the right one is essential. Check out this article to find out more about the different detection methods.
Many surfaces around the world are made with one primary material: Asphalt. Asphalt is a composite material derived from the fractional distillation of crude oil, creating a hazard to workers in its manufacturing environment. That hazard is a carcinogenic substance called benzene, which poses many risks even at low levels of exposure. Because of its harmful effects on humans, benzene detection in asphalt production is crucial.
The NEO PID is the most advanced portable gas detector on the global market and is used to monitor volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The sensor can monitor over 700 VOC gas species and reliably detect down to parts per billion levels (ppb) and up to 15,000 parts per million (ppm). This blog post will explore five industry applications in which the NEO PID can be used and the benefits it provides.
Portable gas monitors play a vital role in industry. From spot checking to PPE, these devices can be an essential addition to workplaces where a fixed monitor isn’t suitable. And with Benzene a highly hazardous gas, it is vital to find a Benzene gas monitor that is suitable for your team and workplace. But we understand it can be difficult to decide with all of the options on the market. Not to worry! This blog post aims to help you in your search for a Benzene gas monitor. We will discuss the top 10 features of the NEO Benzene gas monitor to help you in your overview of all Benzene detection devices on the market. Read on below to find out more about the NEO for Benzene.
Benzene gas can be found in a wide range of applications, mostly being environmentally related such as petroleum and process industries. Benzene is a liquid at room temperature but quickly turns vaporous in the atmosphere, meaning this can be highly prevalent in these industries. . This article will delve into where benzene gas is found, the dangers associated with this substance and IGDs detectably better Benzene Gas Detector solutions to help mitigate the risks of this gas.