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Toxic Gas Monitoring in Response to Tianjin, China Explosions

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September/October 2015

GrayWolf’s portable AdvancedSense toxic gas monitoring instruments were utilized in response to the tragic August 12th explosions in Tianjin, China. Evaaluation of the resultant pollutant plumes have been critical for residents in the local vicinity. Data-logging various parameters (including TVOCs and many specific gases) with these instruments has now been suppplemented with additional units rushed to the site by GrayWolf and is on-going.

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, along with regional officials, in news piece on China News.
 

 

Zhia Qing, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, People’s Republic of China at the rescue headquarters for the August 12th catastrophe.

An industry leader since 1998, GrayWolf’s environmental instrumentation is employed by government agencies and industry professionals for indoor and outdoor air monitoring applications. Worldwide management, sales and customer support is headquartered in Shelton, CT (USA). The primary manufacturing facility is in Limerick, Ireland, with support available through a worldwide network of distributors – many set up as authorized service centers. GrayWolf provides advanced sensor and software technology, employing the power of mobile and embedded computers for superior portable diagnostic environmental instrumentation.

 

Field measurements are spot-checked and data-logged at the blast site by civil servants of the Environmental Protectino Agency for further analysis.
 

 

GrayWolf’s distributor, Safety Test, provided several additional sets of instruments on an emergency basis, and more are in transit.

http://www.graywolfsensing.com

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