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  • Thermal spraying within the law
    The Filter Company Group Ltd
    Dust created during thermal spraying processes can give rise to a number of potential hazards to equipment operators, unless correctly addressed. It is now mandatory within the law to undertake a proper risk assessment when...
  • Car park gas detection
    International Gas Detectors
    Both underground car park and car park gas detection is commonly fitted for personal protection and energy saving. If no exhaust gas pollution is present then ventilation rates can be reduced to save energy. This is a very...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...