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Emissions analysers can help underground miners identify harmful levels of NOx and take measures to improve air quality.

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Testo’s instruments have assisted Energy Power Systems Australia’s personnel in measuring emissions and other factors associated with their engines.

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Shirantha Perera, project engineer at Cummins Power Generation, outlined the testo 340’s key role in the company’s value-added services.

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Enflex Regional Manager for Western Australia and the Northern Territory Rodger Elias outlined how testo’s gas analysers fit into his company’s operations.

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Matthew Heskin, CEO of Ektimo, spoke with us about how his personnel use testo’s instruments to conduct stack tests at industrial plants throughout Australia.

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The Volkswagen scandal serves as a reminder to Australian businesses with diesel-powered vehicles to assess their equipment for deficiencies.

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There are a number of dangers associated when working with carbon monoxide. So what happens when safety procedures are ignored?

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Low NOx burners are a common in a number of industries, and a strict maintenance schedule is needed to ensure they remain safely up and running.

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Equipment that relies on gases for operation needs to be regularly maintained and serviced. This is especially true for boilers, which can become volatile.

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Gas emissions of all types are dangerous to both workers and the general public. With this in mind, why take the chance by not using a specialist device?

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Want to improve your carbon monoxide knowledge and safety outcomes? Attend one of Testo’s upcoming training courses designed for gas plumbers.

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A worksite carbon monoxide incident in New Zealand recently dealt with in court has raised questions about safety standards.

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The versatility, robustness and scalability of the testo 340 is ideal for industry professionals looking to carry out measurement, monitoring and maintenance work.

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An ongoing issue surrounding blasting at coal mines in the US highlights the need for effective nitrogen oxide gas management at home in Australia too.

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A carbon monoxide leak in Milwaukee has left eleven people in need of hospital treatment, after a cracked heat shield leaked the gas and reduced air quality.

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