Sensors that detect leaks spend most of their lives exposed to little or no flammable gas. Only rarely are they needed to detect the leak, and in these moments they are useful if they can indicate the presence of a significant or unusual concentration of flammable gas. The precise concentration of the vapor cloud emanating from the leak is less important than reliable detection that such a leak has occurred.
On May 29th - 31st we will be presenting at the FMA Annual Progressive Energy, Environment and Sustainability Summit. This summits target owners, managers and operators of commercial, industrial, and retail facilities so that they may learn and understand how to better achieve and surpass their strategic goals of energy efficiency, usage, cost & environmental footprint reduction within their facilities.