Fire and explosion are the biggest inherent hazards facing the chemicals industry. The combination of flammable raw fuel, open flames and the presence of gas components such as oxygen (O2) methane (CH4) and carbon monoxide (CO) can make chemical processing a hazardous activity, particularly in combustion. Not only is there a potential safety risk with burning combustible materials, but their by-products are often combustible too.
- How modern technology helps maintenance and instrument engineers enhance safety
- How to control fire and see improved safety in every stage of operations
- How to overcome the main challenges that maintenance and instrument engineers face
- How Yokogawa’s TDLS analyzers provide a safe alternative to conventional analyzer technologies
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