CO2 is both an unavoidable byproduct of fermentation and a valuable additive in a range of alcoholic beverages. In this blog post, we explore the reasons that CO2 portable detectors should always be used in breweries.
CO2 portable detectors are used throughout the drinks industry to provide the first line of defence against CO2 hazards. In this blog post, we’re looking at the different situations where CO2 portable detectors help keep drinks industry workers safe – and why it’s always a good idea to invest in CO2 portable detectors even when you have a fixed detection system in place.
Recently IGD won a massive project to supply Robinsons Brewery with iGAS portable CO2 monitors from Senko. Unreliability and complexity of their current devices meant IGD could step in to provide a detectably better solution for Robinsons. We are proud to help a family-run, local brewery such as Robinsons enhance their safety by providing brand new portable CO2 monitors, going above and beyond to help keep their staff safe. Read on below to find out more about how we helped Robinsons to become detectably better in their gas safety.
This blog post dives into the best features of our new NEO VOC portable in partnership with MPower. Our partnership with mPower enables us to provide this VOC portable to our clients, which is packed full of leading features. The NEO portable is perfect for a wide range of industries, including cleanrooms, environmental checking, petrochemical, land remediation checks, arson investigation and oil and gas, along with many others. Although the NEO VOC portable has a long list of leading features, we have managed to compile it down to a top 10. Read more to find out more about why the NEO is the detectably better option for portable VOC portable monitoring.
BFBI recently visited the IGD office to have a quick Q & A with them in addition to discussing how to best keep our staff safe and securing the safety of the beverage industry. We have been working closely with IGD to help stress the importance of gas safety within the food and beverage industry, keeping workers safe from hazards including CO2, nitrogen and oxygen depletion; commonly overlooked in this industry. Our article below delves into who IGD are, what they do and the importance of gas safety within our industry, including how IGD can help the industry further. Read below to find out more about this interview with the IGD team.