All Safety articles – Page 20

  • The Magic of MagneGas™

    MagneGas® releases dramatic gas stability video


    MagneGas Corporation, a technology company that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into a hydrogen-based fuel, announced today that the Company released an independently produced video demonstrating the stability of MagneGas2®.

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    CGA announces safety winners


    The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) announced the winners of the 2014 safety awards at the Safety Awards Banquet held in conjunction with the Association’s Annual Meeting in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

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    Formaldehyde Monitoring in the Poultry Industry


    Formaldehyde is widely used by the poultry industry as a disinfectant on poultry farms, in brooder houses, hatcheries, and hatchery vehicles. It is highly effective in the reduction of contamination levels caused by bacteria, viruses, and molds throughout the production process.

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    Marked improvement in safety at work


    A campaign initiated by the industrial gases specialist Messer has been described as “positive” after being operated for its first year.

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    Cryogenic distribution – Trends in safety and optimisation


    Safety has always been of utmost importance in the industry, paving the way for constant evolution in cryogenic trailer technology. At the same time, in today’s ultra-competitive market, where industrial gas has become commoditised and distribution costs weigh heavily in total product cost, the pressure to improve operational efficiencies in ...

  • Doug Thornton of the BCGA

    BCGA Annual Conference 2015 – Shedding light on the invisible industry


    With two weeks to go until the UK hits the ballot boxes in its General Election, all the attention was today thrown on the compressed gases industry by the BCGA Annual Conference 2015.

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    BCGA Annual Conference begins


    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) Annual Conference 2015 is currently getting underway in Manchester, UK with the official opening speech of new President Richard Gearing.

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    MED approval for Crowcon gas detector


    Crowcon – a world leader in portable and fixed gas detection instruments – announces that its portable gas detectors are now approved by the Marine Equipment Directive (MED) for use in confined spaces aboard ships.

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    Dräger urges awareness as new laws enforced


    International safety and medical solutions provider Dräger, is calling on employers to ensure they are aware of the new drug drive limits with the new legislation now underway.

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    Auto shutdown system from CONCOA enhances safety


    An economical control system designed to automatically shutdown as many as eight flammable, toxic, corrosive, or high-purity gas sources independently or in unison has been introduced by CONCOA.

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    10 minutes with...Jake Lake


    Take 10 minutes out with Jake lake, Technical Manager of the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA), who discusses safety in the gases industry, his varied role at the BCGA, and what the association is doing to improve safety in welding operations.

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    Acetylene safety – ESAB issues regulations reminder


    The new Explosives Regulations 2014 (ER 2014) and the Acetylene Safety (England and Wales and Scotland) Regulations 2014 (ASR 2014) came into force in November 2014.

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    Safety in cutting and welding


    Packaged acetylene is commonly used for welding and cutting applications. To help mitigate the risks associated with acetylene, Linde Gases is taking a stand on acetylene safety with the development of a worldwide safety programme.

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    In focus...Welding equipment and consumables


    In the welding sector, much like last month’s focus on cylinder filling equipment, the quest for automation plays a vital role for many in the industry – driving a boost in profitability, an increase in order processing speed, and benefitting from safety enhancements. Stuart Radnedge explores.

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    WEH enhances safety for oxygen use


    Filling medical oxygen places particularly high demands on safety, leak tightness and cleanliness of components. WEH has developed a complete range of connectors for filling, testing, evacuating and transporting gas and oxygen cylinders that meet with these requirements.

  • Andreas Alker with ASG

    Spectron unveils new acetylene safety technology


    Spectron GmbH has proudly announced the completion of its patented Spectron ‘Acetylene Safety Guard’ (ASG) device. “This innovative product is a natural progression for our Spectrotec range,” affirmed Spectron GmbH General Manager Johan van der Klift.

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    Former survival instructor appointed by Dräger


    Dräger, an international leader in safety and medical technology, has welcomed Rachel Gater to the team. The appointment comes as part of the company’s expansion which has seen it more than double its workforce in the past five years.

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    Acetylene safety regulations reminder


    With gasworld’s welding themed issue currently in production it would seem a prudent time to remind everyone about the changes to the acetylene safety regulations – which came into force in November 2014. ESAB highlights some of what you need to know.

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    Monitoring oxygen levels for personnel safety


    Birmingham, UK, based food company Ghanim International has chosen to install three Systech Illinois oxygen monitors at their facility to ensure the levels of O 2 in the air do not drop below a set level due to nitrogen gas escaping in the MAP process.

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    First edition of LNG safety guideline released


    The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) has released the long awaited first edition of the LNG Bunkering Safety Guidelines. The objective is to ensure the bunkering industry is provided with the best practices to ensure that gas fuelled ships are refuelled with the highest levels of safety ...