In the sewer industry (wastewater) there can be a plethora of hazards encountered by personnel. Not only do personnel frequently enter confined spaces, but these areas are filled with decomposing waste and other hazardous materials. Gases emitted from these materials as well as the need to monitor O2 depletion levels are of the utmost importance in these environments. Therefore, we would need to employ a Sewer Gas Detector, otherwise known as a multi gas detector. Read on to find out more about the sewer gases and the industry around it, in addition to the ideal Sewer Gas Detector for your industry.
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.