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March 2016

Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Detection

Hydrogen Sulfide is the most commonly encountered as an environmental contaminant. It occurs naturally in crude petroleum, natural gas, marine sediments and in some minerals. It is also a byproduct of many industrial operations such as petroleum, refineries, natural gas plants, food processing plants, etc. Hydrogen Sulfide can affect the body if it is inhaled or […]

Spontaneous Combustion Of Coal

Each year, millions of dollars worth of coal stockpiles and assets are destroyed worldwide in fires due to spontaneous combustion of coal and conveyor belt fires (frictional heat) in coal mines, coal stock piles, coal stock yards, coal loading terminals, shipping yards and coal-based power plants.   Smoke and/or flame detection is not a solution, […]