Blowing up will ruin your whole day

Chris Wrenn

Combustible gases and vapors are one of the most common gaseous threats for HazMat responders. However, many responders don’t fully understand how their combustible gas sensors operate and what their limitations are. This course will discuss the operation and limitations of wheatstone bridge catalytic bead LEL sensors, infrared combustible sensors, thermal conductivity combustible gas sensors, dilution fittings and even using Photoionization Detectors (PIDs) for assessing combustible environments. It will help you understand when to trust and use each technology.

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