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Discover The Most Advanced & Accurate Combustible Gas Detection Technology

About this event

Join Blackline Safety and NevadaNano on Thursday, June 9th, 2022 for a webinar on the MPS™ Flammable Gas Sensor available with Blackline’s portfolio of G7 cloud-connected safety solutions. The MPS sensor’s innovative technology delivers TrueLEL™, offering the most accurate readings in the market for over 14 of the most common combustible gases and gas mixes — including hydrogen — while eliminating issues found with traditional sensors.

In this presentation, we’ll discuss:

  • The different combustible gas detection sensors in the market
  • How the MPS sensor works and the key advantages
  • How MPS compares to traditional pellistor (catalytic bead) and non-dispersive infrared technologies
  • MPS + Blackline Safety G7 connected gas monitor integration
  • How location-enabled gas classifications and sensor data will provide new insights into business operations

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Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Bob Vigdor Director Business Development Americas @ NevadaNano

    Bob has over 25 years of safety industry experience with 20 years spent with manufacturers of portable and fixed gas detection products. His experience includes sales for new product development that incorporates sensing technologies including electrochemical, pellistor, IR, and UV for the detection of combustible, flame, and toxic gases in a variety of applications.

  • Guest speaker
    Graham Harris Mechanical Engineer @ NevadaNano

    Graham has been working as a mechanical engineer in the gas detection industry for over 6 years. His experience includes testing, calibration, manufacturing, and programing of gas sensors. Graham holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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