All Safety articles – Page 7

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    Safety monitoring solutions

    2019-08-01T06:00:00Z

    Monitoring gases, particularly oxygen, to ensure process safety has grown in importance over the years. There is an increasing need to run processes at optimal oxygen concentrations in order to increase efficiency, reduce process costs and to meet emissions regulation. This means that gas concentrations are frequently set close to ...

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    Cause of China ASU explosion

    2019-07-31T10:56:00Z

    Human error is the main cause of a recent explosion at an air separation plant (ASU) in China, a primary investigation has found.

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    US Patent & Trademark Office awards LifeGuard Technologies

    2019-07-22T09:22:00Z

    Pennsylvania-based safety hose manufacturer, LifeGuard Technologies, has been issued US Patent No. 10,344,902, by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

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    Industrial Scientific acquires SAFER Systems

    2019-07-09T11:14:00Z

    Industrial Scientific, a Pittsburgh-based gas detection expert, has signed and closed on a definite agreement to acquire SAFER® Systems.

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    SSP: An integral part of Afrox’s 360-degree solutions

    2019-07-08T13:37:00Z

    Afrox’s Business Manager for Manufacturing Industries, Johann Pieterse, describes how Afrox’s full Safety Solutions Programme (SSP) has been incorporated into its 360° Solutions offering.

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    Cause of hydrogen station explosion identified

    2019-06-27T13:20:00Z

    An assembly error of a specific plug in a hydrogen tank in the high-pressure storage unit has been identified as the root cause of an explosion to a hydrogen station in Norway.

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    Nel releases updates from H2 station investigation

    2019-06-17T15:03:00Z

    The preliminary investigation into the recent explosion at a hydrogen station in Norway has found the incident started with a hydrogen leak in the high-pressure storage unit.

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    UL expands hazardous locations lab

    2019-06-11T15:44:00Z

    UL (Underwriters Laboratories) has opened its new hazardous locations (HazLoc) laboratory, which aims to accelerate manufacturing and supply chain safety, at its global headquarters in Northbrook, Illinois, US.

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    Air Products investigates explosion

    2019-06-03T13:59:00Z

    Air Products is investigating an explosion at its industrial gases plant in Santa Clara in the Bay Area, California, on Saturday (1 st June).

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    CGA recognises safety award winners

    2019-05-02T09:10:00Z

    The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) has announced the winners of its safety awards at the Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting.

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    BCGA issues warning

    2019-04-30T07:30:00Z

    Following the reported surge in metal theft, the British Compresses Gases Association (BCGA) is raising awareness of the procedures involved in handling returned gas cylinders.

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    BCGA 2019 Annual Conference review

    2019-04-11T16:56:00Z

    Dangerous goods, the environmental energy scene vs Brexit and how gas can decarbonise transport were just some of the areas discussed at the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) 2019 Annual Conference.

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    BCGA’s annual conference underway in Manchester

    2019-04-11T08:22:00Z

    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) Annual Conference 2019 is underway here in Manchester, UK, with discussion and debate focusing on safety, security and the environment.

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    AlChE launch centre for hydrogen safety

    2019-04-05T11:17:00Z

    The American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ (AlChE’s) Spring Meeting saw US Department of Energy (DoE) Fuell Cell Technologies Office (FCTO) Director Sunita Satyapal announce a planned collaboration with the new Centre for Hydrogen Safety, launched by AlChE.

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    CO2Meter partners with GSS

    2019-04-02T15:37:00Z

    CO2Meter has partnered with Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd. to showcase the SprintIR® CO 2  sensor.

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    H2Scan to launch HY-ALERTA

    2019-04-01T14:59:00Z

    H2Scan is set to launch a HY-ALERTA™ Gen 5 fixed-area monitor for fast hydrogen-specific leak detection and safety monitoring.

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    Oxygen safety – Fire investigation drives innovation

    2019-04-01T10:00:00Z

    Oxygen is a vigorous oxidiser and as pressures, temperatures, and use concentrations have increased, fire incidents have increased — both big and small. Since the early days of oxygen use, historic tragedies like NASA’s Apollo 1 oxygen fire in 1967 have driven innovation to promote understanding.

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    Packaged gas efficiencies

    2019-04-01T09:50:00Z

    A case study in maximising the newly extended cylinder retest periodicity, by equipment manufacturer Gas Control Equipment (GCE).

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    An introduction to...High purity gas cleaning

    2019-04-01T09:39:00Z

    Specialty gases of ultra-high purity (99.995% and above) are widely used in a range of applications and industries including, semiconductor, pharmaceuticals, medicine, electronics, aeronautics and petrochemicals.

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    LifeGuard and CYY Energy team up

    2019-03-18T09:42:00Z

    Industrial safety specialist LifeGuard Technologies has signed a strategic partnership agreement with gas equipment manufacturer Hangzhou Cheng Ying Yi Energy Technology (CYY Energy) to pave the path for “future LifeGuard safety hose development” in China.