Tackle Offshore Hydrocarbon Dangers With New Draeger Wireless Safety Net

With the release of Health and Safety Executive (HSE) statistics showing an increase in major injuries and unplanned hydrocarbon releases offshore in 2009/10, there has never been a better time to establish a wireless safety net to ensure reliable gas detection.  By operating as an all-round safety network, the new Draeger X-zone 5000 uses wireless technology to automatically connect multiple monitors for reliable, continuous detection of hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulphide and oxygen depletion. Read more

Crowcon Expands Capabilities of its Lightweight, Intrinsically Safe T3 Portable Multi-Gas Detector

Gas detection specialist Crowcon has expanded the capabilities of its highly successful Tetra:3 (T3) personal multi-gas detector with three more toxic gas sensors: ozone (O3), sulphur dioxide (SO2) and ammonia (NH3). This complements the existing sensor range which includes flammable gases, oxygen (O2), hydrogen sulphide (H2S), and carbon monoxide (CO). The new sensors widen the applications for the T3 to include the chemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage processing industries, as well as water and wastewater treatment facilities. Read more

Zoning in on Portable Gas Detection with new Draeger X-zone 5000

Transportable gas detection has entered a new era with the launch of the Draeger X-zone 5000 wireless monitoring unit.  Easily positioned and providing clear alarms, these robust, waterproof units ensure increased levels of safety by detecting and communicating the presence of a wide range of toxic, combustible and explosive gases over longer distances. Bringing Zone 0 ATEX performance, longer sensor life, enhanced battery life and more flexibility to area monitoring, the Draeger X-zone also offers a lower cost of ownership. Read more