Off-shore drilling is a highly hazardous process with dangers from complex equipment and harsh environments. Severe weather as well as toxic gases, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are all present during the extraction process.
With environmental legislation in relation to odour management becoming increasingly more stringent, Italy-based Technologia & Ambiente (T&A) has purchased a Falco fixed, continuous photoionisation detector (PID).
The ability of a photoionisation detector (PID) to measure low levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) makes them a vital tool in the decision making process following a hazardous materials (HAZMAT) incident.
Our video provides a descriptive explanation of how the Tiger handheld VOC detector is a revolutionary handheld gas detection instrument for the rapid, accurate detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) within the harshest of environments.
Tabib Toxic Waste Services Ltd has purchased a second Tiger LT handheld photoionisation detector (PID) to ensure the safe export of hazardous waste from a new hazardous waste transfer station in Israel.
Further underlining its commitment to providing unrivalled technical support and first-class service delivery, Ion Science is reminding its global customers to register their gas detection instrumentation online to benefit from industry-beating extended warranties.
The Tiger, Tiger Select and Tiger LT now have Korean intrinsically safe certification to add to its European, US and Canadian certification. This means all Tiger models can be used in potentially explosive environments.
Just a few months after it was launched, we are thrilled to announce that our Tiger LT VOC monitor has been named New Product of the Year in the Industrial Hygiene category at Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) magazine’s prestigious seventh annual awards.