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Gas Detection for the Fishing Industry

Our gas detection systems thrive in the harsh conditions faced by the fishing industry. Find out why…

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Gas detection in the fishing industry

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Specific applications

  • Locker inspections
  • Confined space entry
  • Hold inspections

Potential hazards

  • Combustible gas
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Hydrogen sulphide
  • Oxygen deficiency/enrichment
  • Ammonia
  • Nitrogen dioxide
  • Nitric oxide
  • Sulphur dioxide

Entec provides a wide range of fixed gas detection systems and portable gas detectors for the fishing industry to help keep employees safe and production running.

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You can trust our expertise and rely on our service

We know your No. 1 priority is protecting your people and plant, and making sure you don’t fail legal or OSH requirements, have a staff member harmed or be prosecuted for an accident. With an increasing focus on health and safety in the workplace, your job depends upon it.

We understand the unique requirements of the fishing industry. You don’t need the hassle and risk of gas detectors that are expensive, problematic, unreliable, prone to sensor failures, require too much servicing, or have recurring problems. We’ll provide you with gas detection equipment that is…

  • Cost-effective.
  • Serviced locally in our authorised service centre (the only one in NZ).
  • Easy and reliable to manage on-site via function test / bump test stations.
  • Backed up with our support and expertise – we’ll be there when you need us.

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FAQs

How long does your gas detection equipment last?
Depending on how they’re used there’s no reason a high-end gas detection instrument shouldn’t last 6 years. With low-cost instruments ($1,000) you will reach a stage where the gas detector is still fine but the cost of keeping it in the field is greater than buying a new one. For example, replacing two sensors and calibrating the unit could cost $1,100 compared to a new instrument at about $1,000.

What sort of water ingress protection do your gas detectors have?
All our instruments are IP rated (ingress protection rated). Typically IP67, which is very high. Gas detectors rated to IP67 must be dust tight and withstand immersion in water up to 1 metre deep for 30 minutes.

Solid particle protection level 6: No ingress of dust; complete protection against contact.

Liquid ingress protection level 7: No ingress of water in harmful quantity when the unit is immersed in 1 metre of water for 30 minutes.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_Code for more info.

What are my options with bump testing / calibration?
We can provide you with options from the top end to the basic. With our iNet InSite programme you get all the bells and whistles, all the basics like data-logging, bump testing and calibration; plus you get reports on instrument usage such as…

  • Instrument in alarm condition and alarm ignored.
  • Instrument turned off whist in alarm condition.
  • iNet Control.

What is iNet Control?
iNet Control is a web-based application accessible from any PC web browser that allows you to configure and manage your gas detector fleet. It gives you practical insights into your gas detection program using trends, performance metrics and custom reports.

Can you calibrate our gas detectors for us?
Yes. Calibrations done by us at our premises cost $140 per instrument.

Are gas detectors intrinsically safe?
Yes. All our instruments are independently tested by authorities such as ATEX, IECEx, ANZEx, UL, CSA and many more, usually country dependant.

New Zealand recognises the first 3. The gas detector has a sticker attached to it referring to the certification authority and its rating. Many have more than one authority rating, often 3.

How much do gas detectors cost?
Depending on sensor configuration and the number of gas detectors being purchased, the price varies from $950 to $4,500. The MX4, our most popular portable instrument, sells for $950 to $1,150 depending on configuration.

What’s the turnaround for service?
We have same-day turnaround for over 90% of the gas detection instruments we service and calibrate. It varies a little depending on the number of units in for service, but we strive for same day turnaround as much as possible.

Do your gas detectors detect combustion fumes such as carbon monoxide (CO), nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2)?
Carbon monoxide (CO) only. You would typically be looking at our MX4 model.

Do your gas detectors detect hydrogen sulphide (H2S)?
Yes. You would typically be looking at our MX4 model.

Do your gas detectors detect combustible gasses such as methane, hexane, pentane and ethane?
Yes. You would typically be looking at our MX4 model.

Do your instruments detect chlorine?
Yes, we can fit multiple sensors in the MX6 including the CI2 sensor. The single gas GasBadge Pro is available in CI2 also.

Can you train us in how to use the gas detectors?
Yes, most definitely. On delivery we like to spend time with the users taking them through the basic use of the gas detector. We also like to spend time with the users of the docking stations teaching them how to use them. Industrial Scientific also has very good online training modules.

Case study: Chain locker death averted

Seamen were close to being overcome in the chain locker where welding was emitting carbon monoxide (CO) fumes. After an appraisal we were able to provide a solution to this worrying situation, installing an MX4 gas monitor.

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