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What's Wrong With Toxic Gas Detection?
Michael D. Shaw -- Expert in Health Care and Environmental Affairs Michael D. Shaw -- Expert in Health Care and Environmental Affairs
Washington , DC
Tuesday, November 21, 2017


Interscan Posts This Provocative Article To Its Popular Knowledge Base

Interscan's Gas Detection Knowledge Base is the go-to source for practical and accurate information in all phases of this growing field. Boasting well over 750,000 views since its inception, the Knowledge Base has attracted readers from virtually every country and type of industry, NGO, and government agency.

While most of the articles deal with technical issues, readers have been asking for more content along the lines of industry trends, and even the philosophy behind why people in gas detection...do what they do.

Thus, Interscan has posted "What's Wrong With Toxic Gas Detection?" in the new "Industry Trends" category. "What's Wrong" begins with a telling personal anecdote from the writer, and then launches into a brief history of gas detection—starting with the Miner's Safety Lamp, and progressing to the canary and detector tubes.

The piece then moves into the false analogy between combustible and toxic gas detection, and details some problem areas in the field. The article concludes on a positive note.

Illuminating and provided with several links, the company believes it is worthy of your attention. Check it out.

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Michael D. Shaw
Executive VP/Director of Marketing
Interscan Corporation
Reston, VA