Gas Monitoring: Beverage Industries
The production of beer in breweries incorporates numerous stages where gas production and the risk associated with potential leakage demands the installation of fixed gas monitoring. While carbon dioxide is the primary toxic gas generated during fermentation and also effecting oxygen displacement, other gases such as nitrogen are also used in the process. Other processes include separation, cooling, bottling, canning and kegging. Consideration must also be given to the monitoring of refrigerant gases. This is not only the case with beer, of course, but also during the production of numerous other beverages. Gas detection systems are very important in protecting employees against these gas hazards and by engaging with your gas detection provider in the early stages of project planning, risk reduction strategies can be implemented.