August 2009

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HP Integration Strategies: Intelligent toxic gas detectors: a smart move for the HPI

In the wake of several high-profile industrial accidents, and against the background of an aging installed base and a shrinking workforce, HPI owner/operators should consider upgrading and modernizing..

Avery, Allen, ARC Advisory Group

In the wake of several high-profile industrial accidents, and against the background of an aging installed base and a shrinking workforce, HPI owner/operators should consider upgrading and modernizing the toxic and combustible gas detection equipment installed in their plants. Replacing older conventional devices with intelligent detectors will help to increase visibility of toxic gas data across the organization, improve reliability, and streamline device configuration and calibration. While replacing older, yet still functional, equipment may seem counterintuitive—particularly in the current challenging economic environment—the need for reliable toxic and combustible gas detectio

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