On 29th Aug 2008, there was a large fire and explosion at a Bayer Cropscience facility near Charleston, W. Virginia. A team from the US Chemical Safety baord reportedly visited […]Read more
There is now yet another generation of instruments on the market-wireless! The developments in instruments are faster than what a traditional chemicals manufacturing plant was used to. First we had […]Read more
Is it possible that if we use gas detectors to continuosly monitor the explosive limits in a classified (hazardous) location, we could manage it better?
Of course! If you recall, the […]
In a typical large chemical manufacturing plant or facility, typically there may be hundreds of gas detectors and gas monitors that warn operators about lurking hazards related to leaking chemicals […]Read more
Continuing with our series on the US Chemical Safety Board accident investigation videos, we discuss today the most insidous and hidden hazards in the chemical processing industry-Static Electricity. Why is […]Read more