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'Gas Detection Misconceptions' Article published in ISHN Magazine
  • Fixed Gas & Flame Detection Fixed Gas & Flame Detection
This informative article was featured in ISHN Magazine's October issue.

About the Article:  In recent years, portable gas detectors have shrunk in size and cost while many new features have been added: automatic time-weighted average (TWA) and short-term exposure limit (STEL) calculations, data logging, man-down alarm, and wireless capabilities to name a few.  With increased usage due to reduced cost, enhanced safety awareness and tighter regulations, misconceptions regarding correct portable instrument usage have increased accordingly. This article address those misconceptions.

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About ISHN:  ISHN is a business-to-business monthly trade publication targeted at 71,400 key safety, health and industrial hygiene buying influencers at manufacturing facilities of all sizes.

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"Gas Detection Misconceptions" was written with the assistance of Kelly Rollick, MSA, Applications Engineer.