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  • Consideration and placement of gas detection systems
    International Gas Detectors
    Unlike fire systems that have a specific standard for installation and placement, EN54, there is no similar standard that exists for gas detection. Gas detection systems only have industry approved best practice guidance...
  • Functional safety and gas detection
    International Gas Detectors
    IGD is often asked by prospective clients if they really need a gas detection system and if so, how does it fit into their risk mitigation scheme? Whatever the facility and activities being undertaken, risk assessments will...
  • A guide to gas safety in schools
    International Gas Detectors
    International Gas Detectors have published their latest White Paper: 'a Guide to Gas Safety in Schools, Colleges and Universities'. This White Paper is based on two key documents: building Bulletin 100 (BB100) "Design for...
  • Understanding the hazards of hydrogen sulphide (H2S)
    International Gas Detectors
    Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) is a colourless gas with a characteristic rotten eggs odour. It is also highly poisonous. Hydrogen sulphide occurs naturally during plant and animal decay and in volcanic gases. It will therefore...
  • The benefits of UV water treatment
    Trojan UV Technologies UK
    Jennifer Muller is a professional engineer and expert in the field of water and wastewater ultraviolet (UV) disinfection. As municipal UV marketing director for Trojan Technologies, she commercializes technology and product...
  • UV vs. Chlorine for wastewater disinfection
    Trojan UV Technologies UK
    For the past few decades, and increasingly today, UV has been successfully used around the world for municipal wastewater disinfection. As a growing alternative and a direct replacement technology to chemical (chlorine)...