May 2005

Process Safety/Environment

Consider oxygen monitoring systems designed for safety and reliability

Programmable automation controllers can give added performance

Waclzak, T. A., Critical Control and Safety Solutions, Ge Fanuc Automation

T. A. WALCZAK, Critical Control and Safety Solutions, GE Fanuc Automation, Charlottesville, Virginia       Comments? Write: editorial@HydrocarbonProcessing.com Oxygen (O2) monitoring devices are needed when access or entry to confined spaces is necessary or where the air supply must be artificially supplied and maintained. O2 deficiency monitoring systems (ODMS) may monitor one or up to several separate "areas" or "zones" within each general location where practical. Various global standards reiterate requ

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