What to Know About the New Tango Tx2 Two-Gas Monitor
What to Know About the New Tango Tx2 Two-Gas Monitor
Ellen Lewis | Tuesday, May 4, 2021 | Gas Detection Equipment

There are so many single and multi-gas monitors on the market, but a reliable two-gas monitor is harder to find. To make it easier to find a lightweight and reliable two-gas monitor, Industrial Scientific has introduced the Tango® TX2. We sat down...

What are Gas Detector Certifications and Why do they Matter?
What are Gas Detector Certifications and Why do they Matter?
Dave Wagner | Monday, May 3, 2021 | Gas Detection Education

Have you ever turned over your gas detector and looked at the collection of logos and fine print on the back label? What do all those symbols represent, and what does all that text mean? One of the biggest concerns in an industrial workplace is th...

What You Need to Know About Calibration Gas Shelf Life
What You Need to Know About Calibration Gas Shelf Life
Jason Kettler | Friday, April 9, 2021 | Gas Detection Education

It’s important to know that your gas monitors are functioning properly. To achieve this, you need to use calibration gas to help maintain your equipment. Calibration gas is a mixture of gases used as a standard when regulating gas monitors. Regula...

Gas Hazards, Safety and Misconceptions in the Pulp and Paper Industry
Gas Hazards, Safety and Misconceptions in the Pulp and Paper Industry
Bill Marencel | Monday, April 5, 2021 | Confined Space, Gas Detection Education

In the pulp and paper industry, you face risks every day. These risks can include noise hazards, massive pulpwood loads sliding or falling, and the challenges associated with operating mechanical equipment. You also encounter many hidden dangers –...

Wireless Gas Monitors in Confined Spaces: What You Need to Know
Wireless Gas Monitors in Confined Spaces: What You Need to Know
Jamie Greene | Monday, March 29, 2021 | Confined Space, Gas Detection Education

When you think about wireless connectivity, the first thing that comes to mind is the phone in your pocket or your laptop hooked up to an internet hotspot. This technology has been around since the turn of the century, but why aren’t we seeing it ...

Lone Worker Hazards in Water and Wastewater Treatment
Lone Worker Hazards in Water and Wastewater Treatment
Jackie Cappucci | Monday, March 22, 2021 | Gas Detection Education, Gas Detection Equipment

Getting clean water into millions of taps is no easy task. And for the lone workers at water companies who make this happen, it can be dangerous. Lone workers are common in the water and wastewater treatment industry—they may be in the field check...

Basic Gas Detector Maintenance: The Importance of Calibration and Bump Testing
Basic Gas Detector Maintenance: The Importance of Calibration and Bump Testing
Jason Kettler | Monday, March 15, 2021 | Gas Detection Education, Safety Culture

Work sites have many hazards you need to look out for – but unmaintained gas detectors don’t need to be one of them. Make sure your gas detectors are working with routine maintenance tasks like bump tests and calibrations. Here, we’ll give an over...

Ventis MX4 vs. Ventis Pro5: Which Multi-Gas Detector is Right for You?
Ventis MX4 vs. Ventis Pro5: Which Multi-Gas Detector is Right for You?
Ellen Lewis | Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | Gas Detection Equipment

Personal multi-gas detectors are very popular, and for good reason. Four gas monitors and five gas monitors allow you to detect the three primary gas hazards: toxic, combustible, and asphyxiant gases, while also giving you the flexibility to custo...

Why Executives Should Adopt a Hands-on Approach to Connected Safety
Why Executives Should Adopt a Hands-on Approach to Connected Safety
Jason Fry | Monday, March 1, 2021 | Gas Detection Education, Safety Culture

Instant visibility is the ultimate goal of any modern workplace safety solution. Visibility into the hazards faced by workers allows your company to be proactive and avoid risk. With this in mind, it’s no surprise that businesses in industrial env...

Gas Detection for Chemical Plants: Create a Clearer Picture with Data Collection
Gas Detection for Chemical Plants: Create a Clearer Picture with Data Collection
Ryan Thompson | Monday, February 22, 2021 | Gas Detection Education, Gas Detection Equipment

In the chemical industry, safety touches every member of the workflow. Whether you’re in the field, a contractor, or a specialized safety professional, you must be aware of potential gas hazards on the job. By working together with members of your...

The Dangers of Ammonia for Food and Beverage Businesses
The Dangers of Ammonia for Food and Beverage Businesses
Dave Wagner | Monday, February 15, 2021 | Gas Detection Education

In the food and beverage industry, there’s a general lack of awareness about gas detection and gas safety. Carbon dioxide, a colorless and odorless gas, is perhaps the most common gas used by food and beverage companies, but it is hardly the only ...

Using Plume Models to Improve Chemical Emergency Response
Using Plume Models to Improve Chemical Emergency Response
Fred Humbert | Tuesday, February 9, 2021 | Gas Detection Education

A plant-wide power outage in Texas at Pasadena Refining Systems one hot July day forced the plant to flare off some product, including sulfur dioxide. As the toxic black smoke drifted into the nearby community, safety officials partially shut down...

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