18/07/2024

Fixed Gas Detection System: Installation and Placement

Posted by Emma Curthoys

Installation and Placement Guide Fixed gas detection systems play a vital role in many industrial settings. They act as the silent sentinels, constantly monitoring the air for leaks of hazardous gases. But for these systems to work effectively, proper installation and placement are crucial. A misplaced sensor can mean the difference between early detection and…

17/07/2024

Gas Sensing Technologies: A Comprehensive Comparison 

Posted by Rhys Redrup

Various sensors are used to detect and measure gases and chemical concentrations, each employing different technologies to suit specific applications. Each sensor type offers unique advantages in sensitivity, selectivity, and operational environment, making them suitable for various industrial, environmental, and safety monitoring applications. Lets have a look into each one in more detail.   Electrochemical…

17/07/2024

Case Study: The Rhondda Tunnel Project

Posted by Emma Curthoys

The Rhondda Railway Tunnel – From Victorian Feat to Potential Walking/Cycling Path The Rhondda Tunnel in Wales stands as a testament to Victorian engineering prowess and the ever-evolving needs of transportation. Built over five years and opened in 1890, this 3,443-yard tunnel was once a crucial railway link. However, its story took a turn in…

01/07/2024

Keeping the Beer Flowing Safely: Gas Detection in Breweries

Posted by Emma Curthoys

Gas Detection in Breweries   With summer here, we welcome back beer gardens and brewery tours, a pinnacle of British culture. However, while breweries may conjure up images of bubbling vats and yeasty aromas, behind the scenes lurks a hidden safety challenge lurks: gas. While some gases, like CO2, are essential for the brewing process,…