Combustible and toxic gas detection is one of the first lines of defense in plant safety, and hazardous process operators understand its critical role in risk mitigation. Soon, however, existing equipment and practices for gas detection may no longer suffice. Significant standards changes are coming soon — and the best way to verify compliance will be to select, specify and install an integrated fire and gas safety system that will meet the expected 2020 standards.
In this free white paper, learn about:
• The specifics of the proposed changes to IEC standards for combustible and toxic gas detection and what the changes mean.
• Other relevant codes and standards currently in transition that will impact selection and installation of gas detection equipment.
• Benefits of integrating gas detection with fire and smoke detection as a comprehensive risk mitigation strategy.
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This white paper is sponsored by Det-Tronics.