LFL Process Monitoring For Safety, Compliance and Cost Savings

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Control Instruments Corp.
Presented by Chris Grieshaber

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explore LFL monitoring in process oven and dryer applications.
  2. Discuss how unexpected increases in LFL content in a process can occur, and the best ways to prevent it.
  3. Describe what the relevant authorities say about LFL monitoring and how to meet those standards.
  4. Explain how an effective (appropriate) LFL monitor can actually increase a company’s profitability.

Credits:

1 PDH
1 RETA PDH
0.1 IACET CEU*
1 AIA LU/Elective
1 PDH*
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In this webinar, we’ll discuss the importance and advantages of proper LFL/LEL monitoring in process heating applications. Every year, excessive increases in LFL levels result in severe plant damage, extended downtime, injuries and even death to personnel. Using an appropriate analyzer to monitor the LFL level in the process can greatly reduce these risks. Compliance with standards and insurance requirements is also a concern that can be addressed with the right analyzer. The appropriate LFL monitor will not only protect your plant and personnel while keeping you in compliance with the relevant codes, but it can also increase the profitability of your production process. This webinar will help guide you through this process.

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Chris Grieshaber

Chris Grieshaber has a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University and has been in the analyzer business with Control Instruments for more than 15 years. In that time, he’s worked with a diverse client base worldwide in evaluating their applications and determining the best sensor for their application.

 

Control Instruments Corp. For more than 50 years, Control Instruments Corporation has dedicated their expertise to the industrial community, providing safe and efficient environments for companies worldwide. Our gas detection systems are the industry standard for lower flammable limit (LFL) and total hydrocarbon monitoring, and can be found in a variety of manufacturing industries. Products include continuous process analyzers, flammable gas monitors, oxygen monitors, and remote access and control devices for an array of gas detection and solvent vapor monitoring needs.

 

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