Last time we wrote about the gates of hell in Hierapolis, Turkey. This time we are telling you the story about a totally different phenomenon which can still be visited today: the crater of Derweze. Long story short: they were looking for natural gas and they found it (Methane).
Often gases are odourless and colourless. Of course, we have a few exceptions like Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) and Ammonia (NH3). Ancient empires and their people tend to credit the phenomenon’s they can’t explain to their respective gods, like Zeus with his lighting. Since gases couldn’t be detected yet (and gas detection unfortunately wasn’t around) gas hazards were often credited to gods.
It's well known that Hydrogen Peroxide can be used for hair bleaching, but there are a lot of other uses as well.
Where most people write a blog about what the user can do wrong with gas detection and how they should use it, I thought of a different approach. What can the company who’s selling it do differently to match the gas detection to needs of the user so that they use it the right way.
Have you already seen the newest WatchGas high-end PID detector? The WatchGas NEO is one of the most advanced handheld VOC (Volatile Organis Compound) monitor available for ppb detection.
Gas detection is hard enough to do well with the best equipment. So, how do you get the right instrument for the job?
My name is Lars, 35 years old and I have over 10 years of experience in the wonderful world of gas detection, with pumped ánd diffusion devices.
We like to share our knowledge with you. But did you know these little facts about gas detection and us?
First let me introduce myself.
My name is Karel Wiersma and my adventure at 7Solutions started in 2017 when I started as an Account Manager.