With Covid-19 sweeping quickly around the world, more and more of our customers are looking to web based platforms to solve their Authorised Gas Taster training and assessment needs. We at Arobase Gas Testing, have always extolled the virtues of face to face training and assessment and recommend e-learning as a useful supplementary tool.
In a world gripped by a global pandemic, the need to control operating expenditure and maximise the return on assets is increasing. We have therefore made the decision to run a series of articles providing simple suggestions on the way gas testers can reduce there overall expenditure and get the most from the training and equipment they use.
Product Review – Blackline G7. “We have to say the Blackline Safety G7 is very impressive and has to be on your list of instruments to consider. Its price tag postions at the premium end of the market, but the gas sensor replacement program, lone worker features and integrated smart technology more than makes up for this. And if you are looking for a truly smart device, the G7 is currently your only option.”
Do you select, use, sale or maintain fixed and portable gas detectors? If so the European Standard IEC 60079-29-2:2015 is an essential document to understand. So with this in mind, we have produced a new training programme to familiarise learners with its contents and more importantly how to apply what they hear.
Ever since it was originally presented at the 7th International Gas Conference, in ROME 1958, the mystery surrounding the Sale’s scale used to qualify odour intensity in natural gas has grown. Many quote a value of “2” on the Sales Scale as being satisfactory. But where does is term come from? How was it determined and more importantly is it still relevant to today?
It’s not often I travel to one of the world’s most beautiful places review a gas detector! But given the claims and discussions surrounding Blackline’s G7, we felt the Sierra de Tramuntana would be a great starting place to test both performance and connectivity. And trust – there’s a lot to talk about when I get back to the office!