Fixed Gas & Flame Detection

What Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Means and How to Calculate It

The global importance of Safety Integrity Levels (SIL) has grown substantially in the process industries over the years. However, SIL is still a complex concept that often is misinterpreted and incorrectly implemented. Read our latest blog post to get a better understanding of what SIL means and how it is calculated.

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Best Practices for Installing a Gas and Flame Detection System

When installing a new fixed flame and/or gas detection system, it’s critical that this installation is done properly and operate safely. Check out our latest blog post for some best practices to consider when getting a new detection system installed, commissioned, and operating to deliver 24/7 year-round protection.

Flame Detection Design 101

Optical flame detectors are proven performers in helping to protect people and equipment high-hazard areas and processes, but where do you start in deciding what system is right for you? Read this article to learn more about flame detection design.

A Review Of The Gas Detection Technologies Available To You

As every application has a unique set of variables, it’s good to know that there are a variety of gas detection technologies designed to meet these unique applications. Learn more about the technologies available to you.

How to Select a Flame Detector

As a safety professional, you want to purchase flame detectors that meet your facility’s needs. Learn what to consider when choosing a flame detection system.

Best Practices for Gas Sensor Placement and Installation

Discover some best practices to consider when you’re ready to install gas detectors.

Don’t Lose Your Cool: Refrigerant Leak Detection

Our safety experts review the three primary reasons to monitor equipment rooms for refrigerant gas leaks: worker safety, economic considerations, and environmental concerns.