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.
In the fight against COVID-19 the UK Government has announced the purchase of portable carbon dioxide monitor, as CO2 is an indication of air quality in the environment. Too much CO2 indicates poor ventilation and increase in COVID-19 spreading. With this in mind our article aims to discuss the UK Governments CO2 monitoring recommendations and how the iGAS portable CO2 monitor is the ideal solution for classroom CO2 monitoring.
Our latest blog post delves into the features of the Senko portable H2 gas monitor. Designed for a wide variety of industries, the SGT-P H2 Gas monitor is a go to cost effective solution for personal detection of hydrogen. The model is also becoming more popular with the emerging hydrogen market. Companies are now moving to hydrogen as a green energy source and for applications such as batteries. With increased usage of hydrogen both in research and as a fuel source, its important employees have detectably better protection in place. Read further to learn more about the key features of the SGT-P H2 gas monitor and why it is the go-to monitor for personal protection for hydrogen leak detection.
Commercial refrigeration are now moving to use carbon dioxide as their choice for refrigerant gas, due to its low global warming potential. However CO2 is a toxic gas under UK COSHH and US OSHA regulations. This means you need to have systems in place to monitor for any Co2 leaks. Importantly those visiting commercial refrigeration sites need to protect themselves from the toxic effects of CO2. Our article addresses this issue and why you need a portable CO2 detector and our iGAS CO2 portable monitor.
A ‘confined space’ as defined for this article is any fully enclosed space where a risk may exist from noxious fumes, reduced oxygen levels or flammable gases. Site workers must often enter such space
International Gas Detectors Ltd have officially signed a new strategic partnership with SENKO Co., Ltd., to be their representative in the UK and EU for multi portable gas monitors and single gas port