The OVA 5000 analysis system now offers improved performance for monitoring arsenic 5 and 3, and chrome 6, as well as metals, such as Zn, Cd, Pb and Cu. It can be installed in current plant or control rooms, or at remote sites in a simple enclosure. The system provides online continuous batch monitoring. Throughput is up to 288 samples in 24 hours, with fully flexible programming, which allows samples to be taken at specified times or when triggered by an external event. Typical detection limits are better than 10 ppb for most metals.
Harness Offers Full-Body Protection From Falls. Meeting all applicable OSHA regulations and ANSI standards, the ArcSafe full-body harness features a back Kevlar web-loop and Y-shaped back D-Ring locator pad. It can be used for attachment to climbing systems, personnel riding systems or for rescue applications. The harness also meets the requirements of the ASTM F887 standard for arc flash protection and is CSA certified.
The Detective is a free-standing, transportable gas detector and alarm unit that provides protection wherever there are shortterm hazards, such as during annual maintenance turnarounds. The unit can be used individually or in groups to monitor up to four gases at once. If a dangerous gas level is detected, the unit warns with a wailing 101-dB siren and flashing, high-intensity LED beacons visible from any direction. The Detective’s distinctive design incorporates a sturdy tripod that keeps the gas sensors raised above obstructions and away from surface water.
The Chemical Acoustic Signature System (CASS) is a non-intrusive chemical identification system that quickly identifies and measures the contents of sealed containers without having to open them. It is intended to advance current methods for screening and sorting hazardous chemicals to support site security guidelines. CASS uses a series of ultrasonic pulses to measure the acoustic signature of a liquid. The technology was developed by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. More than 100 units have been sold to such agencies as the United Nations, the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, U.S.
Get Securely Anchored with This Connector The FP Stryder Anchorage Connector now features easy, single-hand installation, as well as low-friction wear pads with Teflon, which eliminates metal-to-metal contact and allows the unit to effortlessly glide along the beam flange. Weighing only 4.5 pounds, the connector has an integral load indicator that alerts users if the unit has been exposed to a fall. A variety of models are available to fit most beam sizes. The standard version fits beam sizes from 4in. to 14 in. The XL version fits beam sizes from 14 in. to 24 in.
eGard is a compact and lightweight system that brings the functionality of interlocking to an area dominated by lower capability products. A fully modular system that simply clips together and is easily installed, eGard modules include mechanical locks, electrical locks, safety switches, service modules such as indicators and buttons, internal releases, emergency stops, and a selection of actuators suitable for both hinged and sliding doors.
The S-PRO-S combines a bursting disk and sensor into a single assembly, eliminating additional tri-clamp ferrules needed to install a separate sensor. When the disk bursts, the sensor’s circuit is broken, triggering activation of an alarm. With quick alarm detection, bursting disks can be replaced and overpressure situations corrected with a minimum of process downtime. The S-PRO-S is ideal for use in sanitary services. Placement of the sensor and disk scoring on the vent side present a smooth surface to the process, minimizing product build up.
Available in polypropylene and polyethylene, these rotomolded tanks are impact-resistant with high tensile and flexural strength. They are ideal for environmental cleanup projects, as well as chemical storage. Roto-molded tanks using flameretardant resins and anti-static resins are available. Tanks are manufactured in 0.25-in. gauge or 0.50-in. gauge for heavy service applications. Capacities range up to 10,000 gal.
The portable, self-contained drum containment system (DCS) keeps toxic, explosive, flammable powdered materials and powders with difficult flow characteristics totally contained to eliminate cross-contamination and personnel exposure during transfer operations. The DCS features multiple containment barriers, which enable powder to be transferred in any environment, directly into process equipment by a single operator.
Designed to contain hazardous liquids, the ConTracer System allows for flexible and remote monitoring of a container fleet. Additional features include an integrated spill containment for the liner, as well as a spill function in the outlet area, a lid with integrated vents, and an easy-to-replace “pit-stop” pallet. The web-based information system allows the owner of the container to receive continuous updates about location, type of contents and level of the contents of the container.