Odour Monitoring & Control
The legal occupational exposure limits for hydrogen sulphide are ten parts per million averaged over eight hours or fifteen parts per million over fifteen minutes – as determined by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
How our instruments are being used
So that clients can comply with EPA restrictions, Gas Data odour monitoring equipment and H2S monitors are deployed to measure and log H2S readings. Our H2S monitors ensure the safety of personnel on-site along with the surrounding population. Handheld analysers can also be deployed as mobile detectors, tracing where the largest concentrations are present.
Benefit of using our instrument
Gas Data have purpose-built odour monitoring equipment – able to log and stream data to give continual readings and giving those on-site confidence in their safety.