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ION Science has a wealth of knowledge of the gases and hazardous gases found across diverse industries and applications and how these gases can be detected. This information has been collated into useful gas guides for you to download.
The basics of detecting benzene guide for workers/site safety assists the reader in finding the correct detector to monitor benzene efficiently and safely.
ION Science can assist you in finding the correct gas detector, to monitor volatile organic compounds efficiently for worker and site safety.
The basics of detecting toluene guide for workers/site safety assists the reader in finding the correct detector to monitor toluene efficiently and safely.
The basics of detecting sulfur hexafluoride guide assists the reader in finding the correct detector to detect SF6 efficiently and safely.
The basics of detecting propylene oxide guide assists the reader in finding the correct detector to detect propylene oxide efficiently and safely.
Detecting Toluene a member of the BTEX family guide covers topics on btex compounds, source of toluene and toluene detection methods using PID.
The Detecting SF6, for health and safety and to protect the environment guide assists the reader in solutions to detect such greenhouse gas emissions.
An introductory guide to benzene exposure legislation provides information on the massive benefits of using Photoionisation Detection (PID) technology.
The using propylene oxide in the manufacture of foam rubber guide provides the reader with ways to monitor levels of materials used to produce polyurethane.
An introductory guide to benzene exposure legislation provides information on understanding as an employee/worker what your workplace exposures are.
A Guide to benzene related health issues provides information on exposure limits and how the government is planning to review and reduce exposure limits.
The benzene health and safety operational efficiency guide provides information about fugitive emissions, operational efficiency and plant turnaround.
The how to monitor benzene guide identifies why it is vitally important that health dangers and legislative provision are understood to limit exposure.
Is air quality poor in your workplace?, are you aware that you may be exposed to VOCs everyday? Find all your answers and ways to detect in our free guide.
Our VOC Issues in heavy industries guide talks about the ideal solution for personal worker protection in heavy applications.
Looking to find out more about the basics of Nitrogen Dioxide? Click above and read our Nitrogen Dioxide Gas Guide to explore the world of NO2.
The basics of detecting Hydrogen sulphide guide for workers/site safety assists the reader in finding the correct detector to monitor H2S.
The basics of detecting Oxygen guide for workers/site safety assists the reader in finding the correct detector to monitor safe levels of Oxygen (O2).
The basics of detecting Carbon Monoxide guide for workers/site safety assists the reader in finding the correct detector to monitor Carbon Monoxide (CO).
The basics of detecting Sulphur Dioxide guide for workers/site safety assists the reader in finding the correct detector to monitor SO2.
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Diffusion Fixed Gas Detection Device
A diffusion gas detection device works, as the name suggests, on the diffusion principle. The sensor is exposed to the ambient air and will measure the gas by means of the diffusion principle. Diffusion means proportional spread of molecules over the available space (from high concentration to low concentration). This also means that a diffusion gas detection device is only able to measure the concentration of gases at the location where the device is located. Since there is no forced flow of the gas to be measured, this device is not suitable for taking measurements remotely, but they do accurately identify what’s present in a given location.
Pumped Fixed Gas Detection Device
Pumped instruments are equipped with a built-in sampling pump. This means that the device is constantly drawing in gases. A sampling hose may be connected to extend the reach. This means that you can take a measurement from a safe distance so you have an idea of which gases will be present in which concentration before you are exposed to this environment. This allows you to make an appropriate risk analysis and make the right strategy and PPE choices based on the measurement results. By positioning the measuring hose correctly, you can also make a correct measurement at different heights to chart all risks.
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