This is an excellent program on ultrasonic gas leak detection, a subject that surprisingly few I&C people know much about, yet safety in the workplace and product quality often depends on keeping gas secure. If you are working around pressurized gas of any kind, wouldn't you like to know if your leak detector is doing its job? Or if it is installed in the proper location to detect light gases like hydrogen, or heavy petrochemical vapors.
The outline of this timely presentation is below:
1. History of ultrasonic gas leak detection
2. Application areas
3. What do we need to detect and when?
4. Ultrasonic leak detection vs. conventional gas detection
5. What is a Leak?
6. How does ultrasonic gas leak detection work?
7. The detector's main features
8. Detection range
9. Installation practices
10. Maintenance, testing and calibration
12. Case studies
SPEAKER: Gregory Neething is the technology manager for Gassonic A/S, a General Monitors company. Mr. Neethling has over 10 years experience in ultrasonic gas leak detection, with an electrical engineering background. He started his career at Innova Air Tech Instruments in Copenhagen, Denmark as a research and development engineer. Mr. Neethling's knowledge of industrial gas detection stems from the development and deployment of ultrasonic gas leak detection devices over the last decade. He has published several papers on fire and gas detection implementation with emphasis on ultrasonic instruments.Websites: www.gassonic.com and www.generalmonitors.com .
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Dates & Times:
Thursday, February 24, 2011
5pm Networking, Food & Beverages; 6pm Program
Cost: No cost for ISA members; $20 for non-members
RSVP: Jim Van de Wetering or (858) 208-9713.
Updated Feb 22, 2011