Pulp and Paper
The pulp and paper industry has been experiencing problems with fire and dust explosions for a long time. Unfortunately as production increases, so does the risk for fire and explosions.
- Fixed Gas Detectors
- Personal Gas Detectors
- Calibration and Test Gas
- Chlorine Dioxide Concentration
- Waste and Surface Water
- Cross Stack and Emissions Monitoring
- IR Dryers
- Storage Protection
- Conveyor Protection
- Environmental/Ambient Dust Monitoring
- Bio Gas Energy
- Audio/Visual Alarms
- Emergency Shutdown
- Fire and Explosion Safety
ProDetec has access the the worlds best gas detectors for a wide range of industries. Whether the need is for a single application or multiple sites and areas, our durable gas monitoring solutions meet your unique industrial needs. We offer a broad range of gas detectors and controllers to satisfy international certification standards such as SIL (Safety Integrity Level), Marine and IECEx.
ProDetec can offer our customers innovative portable gas detectors that offer greater reliability, improved productivity, and better cost-efficiency to protect your workers from potential gas hazards. These gas detectors can be readily calibrated and tested on site with the aid of Automated Calibration and Bump Testing Stations
At ProDetec we can supply specialised gases and gas mixtures to meet various and specific requirements. We work with you to understand your application and analyse your consumption patterns. This way we can offer the correct cylinder size that maximises your efficiency while minimising costs.
The bleaching of pulp and paper as well as textiles is important in this industry. During the bleaching, unwanted discolorations, for example yellowing, are removed or reduced.
Monitor your process water / process waste water for traces of oil by using an oil-in-water monitor. This ensures that process faults are detected at an early stage and/or environmental pollution resulting from exceeding the limits is avoided.
Gas analysers based on TDLAS have been used for many industrial process control and emission monitoring applications and are well-accepted throughout multiple industries. The advantages of performing measurements directly in the process (in situ) include fast response, high selectivity and high sensitivity, which makes efficient process control possible. Furthermore, in situ measurements require little maintenance and thus lower operational expenditures.
An IR-dryer is the most dangerous and common source of a fire in the paper industry. A fire in the IR-drying area can result in long and costly downtime.
Outdoor storage of raw material poses a Fire risk if not monitored along with Silos and Filters
Because a fire in a belt conveyor can spread very rapidly, a fast acting fire protection system that also can withstand the tough conditions in and around a belt conveyor is required
Measure the ambient dust concentration trends in a factories to manage explosion risk and improve worker safety.
Digester gas, a term with a somewhat negative connotation, has become an important component of alternative energy generation in some countries. Within the framework of the energy transition, digester gases from sewage treatment plants and waste recycling plants are becoming increasingly important. The gas analysis component of the related plant technology plays an important role both for process monitoring and for safeguarding the plant components operated with the digester gas. The INCA gas analyser technology is specially tailored for this.
Manual alarm call points are designed for the purpose of raising an alarm manually once verification of a fire or emergency condition exists, by operating the push button or break glass the alarm signal can be raised.
Dust explosions can occur frequently in industrial processes where combustible material is transported/ pneumatically or mechanically conveyed, heated, filtered, spray dried, milled and stored