In an Oil & Gas Engineering article, Emerson’s Jesse Sumstad reviews technologies for detecting combustible and toxic gas leaks. A study published in March 2022, reports that among the 26,292 active wells and 15,000 km of natural gas pipelines in the Permian basin...
toxic gas sensors
Wireless Toxic Gas Sensors
Emerson’s Jesse Sumstad presented A New Way to Measure Toxic Gases with Wireless and IIoT at the 4C Health, Safety & Environmental conference.
Extending Existing WirelessHART Networks to Improve Worker and Plant Safety
In a Hydrocarbon Engineering article, Emerson’s Amanda Alexander describes two ways to extend existing wireless networks for worker location and toxic gas monitoring. Emerson colleagues who were around back at the dawn of WirelessHART tell me the earliest deployments...
Hydrogen Sulfide in Paper Mills: Find it Before it Finds You
In a Paper360 magazine article, "Wireless Sensors Improve Toxic Gas Mitigation in P&P Mills", Emerson’s Forrest Francis explains how workers can avoid nasty surprises. TV shows add drama saying their stories are “ripped from the headlines,” meaning they’re based...
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