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Safety in the Plant

New vapour permeability sensor

This mass spectrometer can measure down to Parts Per Billion

Safer valves for compressed gas cannisters

Some thoughts on the dangers of falling cylinders

Explosion protection: customised systems gain ground

The challenge that plant operators face is to identify the right explosion protection solution for each particular application

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Protecting removable storage devices

For businesses that use removable storage devices, the threat of cyber-attacks on industrial control systems can be greatly reduced by ‘sheep dipping’ your external storage devices before they even enter the building or production plant, says Tim Ricketts

Gas sensors improve monitoring and detection

Applications include leak detection in refrigeration and gas systems and solvent detection in air-conditioning systems

Gas leak visualisation

The FLIR GFx320 offers quick, non-contact measurement of gas leaks in real time

Keep safe when the pressure is on

Terry Davis explains why hydraulic hose maintenance should be taken very seriously

The cyber security layer cake

As industrial software becomes more intelligent, cyber attacks are becoming more complex. Martyn Williams discusses the latest developments in industrial cyber security

Engineering fire safety

Engineering fire safety: pre-incident planning

Eating away wastewater blockages

NCH Europe has launched two new biological wastewater treatment solutions, which are designed to keep drains and grease traps clean

Oxy-fuel processes: it’s everyone’s responsibility

Paul Woodford provides guidelines for proper set-up and shutdown procedures, as well as technical and safety principles.

Intrusion detection for the IIoT

How do we detect threats on the factory floor? asks Alan Grau

Combing explosion vent detection with GSM technology

Receive instantaneous notification of Explosion Vent activation straight to your mobile phone

Going beyond flameless explosion venting

Q-Rohr efficiently cools down any flames, preventing both flames and pressure from emerging and ensures particulate retention

Rupture discs: back to the drawing board

How the miniaturisation of rupture discs is prompting the industry to re-think how it delivers protection against overpressurisation

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