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Scope of Services


1. Detection & Monitoring

  • Portable Single & Multi Gas

  • Fixed Gas Detection

  • Area Monitoring Multi Gas Detector (Wireless)

2. Respiratory Protection

  • Protection (Escape Unit–EEBA, Work line Unit – SABA, Rescue Unit – SCBA)

3. Cascade System


Testing, monitoring and awareness.


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Detection & Monitoring

  • Area Monitoring Multigas Detector

  • Can detect up to 7 type of gas using 14 sensor. DualSense® Technology

  • Long lasting up to 168 hours

  • Monitor gas readings and alarms from connected peers in LENS Wireless groups

  • Man-down alarm and dedicated panic button

  • Rugged IP68 water and dust rating.

  • DualSense® Technology increases worker safety by using two sensors to detect the same gas

Respiratory Protection

Rescue Unit (Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus, SCBA)

  • Provides 30 @ 60 minutes duration of air

  • The regulator is equipped with an alarm, which will sound when there is approximately 5 minutes of air left in the bottle

Work Line unit (Supplied Air Breathing Apparatus, SABA)

  • Consist of 10 minutes air bottle, with quick-coupling air line connection to a continuous air supply (for instance a bank of 300 cuft bottles)

Escape unit (Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus, EEBA)

  • Small, self-contained air supply and are designed to provide sufficient air, about 15 minutes to evacuate from hazardous area not to work area

Respiratory Protection

  • Air storage (cascade) system comprising of 6 x 50 L

  • Each cylinder provides approximately three man hours of operation at a consumption rate of 1 cuft/min

  • Cylinders can be connected in series for a greater supply of air by using Tee and Pigtail

The Gallery

Building Safe Working Environment and Ecosystem

TENORM primarily arises from the presence of radionuclides in the geological formations where hydrocarbons are extracted. These radionuclides include isotopes of uranium, thorium, and radium, which can be released during drilling, production, and processing operations. The levels of radioactivity in TENORM can vary widely depending on the location, geological composition, and specific activities involved in the oil and gas operations.

The potential health risks associated with TENORM arise from exposure to radiation emitted by the radioactive materials. Radioactive decay products, such as radon gas and its progeny, can be inhaled, leading to internal radiation exposure. External exposure can occur when workers come into contact with contaminated equipment or materials.

Our Services

Regulatory Compliance

Safe handling, disposal, and monitoring of TENORM

Monitoring and Assessment

Radioactivity levels in oil and gas facilities and the surrounding environment and identify areas requiring remediation or further control measures

Radiation Protection

Implementing radiation protection programs to minimize worker exposure through the use of personal protective equipment, monitoring devices, and safe work practices

Waste Management

Proper handling, storage, and disposal of TENORM waste to prevent environmental contamination and ensure long-term safety

Training and Awareness

Educating workers about the potential risks of TENORM and proper safety protocols to follow

Mercury can enter oil and gas streams through various sources, including reservoirs, natural gas fields, and industrial processes. The presence of mercury in hydrocarbon streams can be problematic due to its corrosive nature and its ability to form amalgams with metals, which can damage equipment and infrastructure. Additionally, mercury can vaporize under certain conditions and pose health risks to workers when inhaled.

Mercury Removal Techniques:

These mercury removal services are often implemented at various stages including drilling operations, gas processing facilities, refineries, and storage facilities. The specific method chosen depends on factors such as the mercury concentration, the nature of the hydrocarbon stream, and the operational requirements of the facility.