Steel and paper
industry

  • CO
  • CO2
  • H2S

Applications: Manufacture with heating processes

Both the steel and paper industry apply heat during the processing of raw materials into a final product. During these processes toxic gases such as carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulphide are released. Personal protection during work at these locations, through portable gas detection, is therefore of vital importance.

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The steel and paper industries produce products that seem to be far apart. However, in terms of gas detection they both have to deal with the same toxic gases that are released during the production process. Carbon monoxide, during the processing of iron ore in the blast furnaces, and hydrogen sulphide during the production and recycling of paper and cardboard. In the often large production locations, employees can be unaware that they are exposed to these toxic gases. The gases will in many cases be continuously present, varying between harmful and non-harmful concentrations. Personal gas detection in these environments ensures a safe situation for every employee during all work at all times.

Rentals

The use of the number of portable gas detectors may vary. A factory may be shut down completely during maintenance and cleaning work. At such times extra manpower is often used, all of who have to work safely. In these cases you can contact us to rent extra portable gas detection. We are happy to provide you with information about the operation of our products, so that you can be sure that you have a safe work place.

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