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Safe detection of small to large gas releases

01.01.2011  |  Naranjo, E.,  General Monitors, Lake Forest, CaliforniaBaliga, S. ,  General Monitors, Lake Forest, CaliforniaNeethling, G. A. ,  Gassonic, Ballerup, DenmarkPlummer, C. D. ,  Safety Consulting and Process Engineering Analysis, Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom

Look at these advantages in using ultrasonic leak detectors

Keywords: [safety] [loss prevention] [methane] [ethylene]

It is clear in the oil and gas industry that large combustible gas releases can have catastrophic consequences. To prevent this, fire and gas safety professionals select and analyze a diverse set of representative release scenarios, considering such factors as duration, orientation and type of gas.1 Understanding the hazard potential is a vital step in selecting sensors that are most suited for gas detection.

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