FGFD Water and Wastewater

Dependable products for all the stages of your wastewater operations

Combustion risks are present even in the water and wastewater industries. We’ll keep you safe with fixed gas and flame detection (FGFD).

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Leading the Way in Water and Wastewater FGFD Safety

Workers encounter a wide variety of hazards when it comes to water treatment plants, sewage systems and the intricacies of piping and storage tanks. Explosive gases, volatile chemicals and hazardous disinfectants are just a few of the potential threats that our comprehensive line of gas detectors and customized solutions, can help to address.

With increased concern for clean air, many wastewater treatment plants are adding scrubber systems to help control odor emissions.

Areas of wastewater treatment plants that are subject to flooding are ideal for a sample draw system specifically designed for optimum performance within high-moisture environments. We offer solutions that meet NFPA 820 standards.

When entering or cleaning sewage tanks, workers can encounter flammable or toxic gases such as methane and hydrogen sulfide(H2S) or oxygen-deficiency due to piping and other components.

Dispozitiv de monitorizare a gazului ULTIMA® X5000

Dispozitivul de monitorizare a gazului ULTIMA® X5000 reprezintă viitorul detectării de gaz, precum oxigenul, gazele toxice și gazele inflamabile. Prin intermediul tehnologiei TruCal®, senzorii XCell® pentru detectarea gazului oferiți de MSA asigură cicluri de calibrare de până la 24 luni (respectând calibrarea locală). Afișajul OLED avansat, multilingv al emițătorului de gaz este ușor de citit, iar interfața unică cu ecran tactil asigură o navigare ușoară.

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Oxygen, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, and combustible gas—we can help with all four.

MSA custom systems and solutions for continuous monitoring in wet well applications.

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