Risk mitigation for
corrosion in mission critical facilities
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    Corrosion Sensor

    Dust sensor
    This sensor monitors the level of corrosion as per ISA 71.04-2013 classification

    Corrosion Sensor

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    Differential Air Pressure

    Dust sensor
    The differential air pressure is used to verify that air is being changed in the mission critical facility. 3 to 6 air changes per hour are recommended.

    Air Pressure Sensor

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    Airflow

    Dust sensor
    Instead of using an airpressure sensor, one can also use the airflow sensor to monitor if there is enough air velocity indicating that the air circulation as required per ISA standard.

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    Temperature & Humidity Monitoring

    Dust sensor
    Ambient temperature and humidity monitoring is paramount to prevent corrosion. Especially temperature and humidity fluctuations have to be closely monitored.

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    Corrosive Gas Sensors

    Dust sensor
    Our wide range of gas sensors enables you to monitor for the presence and concentration of gasses that may cause corrosion. Those gasses are H2S, SO2, CL2, NOx, HF, NH3, O3

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The risks of corrosion for mission critical facilities are numerous and can have serious consequences. Corrosion can lead to equipment failure, power outages, and costly repairs. In addition, corrosion can also lead to safety hazards such as fires or explosions.

Using ACM or real time corrosion monitoring sensors to mitigate these risks can provide several benefits compared to the ISA 71.04-2013 standards. Some of these benefits include:

Early detection: Real time corrosion monitoring sensors can detect corrosion at an early stage, allowing facility managers to take preventive measures before the corrosion becomes a serious problem.

Continuous monitoring: Unlike traditional corrosion monitoring methods, real time corrosion monitoring sensors provide continuous monitoring, allowing facility managers to identify and address corrosion issues as they arise.

Increased accuracy: Real time corrosion monitoring sensors are highly accurate and provide reliable data, allowing facility managers to make informed decisions about corrosion management.

Reduced maintenance costs: By identifying and addressing corrosion issues before they become serious problems, real time corrosion monitoring sensors can help reduce the need for costly repairs and maintenance.

Enhanced safety: Real time corrosion monitoring sensors can help prevent equipment failure, power outages, and safety hazards such as fires and explosions, ensuring the safety of facility personnel and the surrounding community.