What is the Best Gas Detection for Your Application?

?101.184734211.184734211We here at National Safety, Inc. have known Bob Henderson for a very, very long time. He is one of the countries top experts on Gas detection in the world. If you deal with gas detection or confined space issues, this webinar is going to be of immense value to you.

Thursday, May 17 @ 2pm EDT
Certificate of completion will be available on the console*
SpeakerBob HendersonBob Henderson
GfG Instrumentation
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No single gas detector is universally perfect for all applications. The best gas detector is the one that does the best job of meeting the requirements for your monitoring needs. The LEL, O2, CO and H2S sensors used in most portable instruments are accurate, dependable, and can last for years in normal operation; but they have important limitations. An instrument that underestimates or fails to detect the right hazard can be the cause of accidents. Its important to be aware of additional technologies such as substance-specific electrochemical sensors, infrared (IR) and photoionization (PID) sensors that can provide a solution when standard sensors are not the best choice.

  • What the sensors in your gas detectors can (and cant) actually detect
  • Choosing the best sensor technologies for specific monitoring applications
  • The most common mistakes people make when using their gas detectors
  • Calibrating sensors to maximize accuracy
  • Where to set the alarms
  • Changes in the TLV® exposure limit for H2S, SO2 and NO2, and what to do about it
  • Times when infrared combustible gas sensors may be a better choice
  • Using PIDs for measurement of toxic VOCs like benzene

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