In the pharmaceutical industry, compressed gases are used in the packaging and manufacture of pharmaceutical products.
Testing and monitoring of compressed gases such as Oxygen, Argon, Nitrogen and Carbon dioxide, which are in direct contact with pharmaceutical products, is key to ensuring their quality. In addition, product quality control is carried out by continuous monitoring of the atmosphere in production and storage units to detect levels of volatile organic compounds.
- Crowded spaces
- Warehouses for chemicals and pharmaceuticals
- Ventilation systems
- Pipelines and valves
- Chemical reactors
- Flammable: Various hydrocarbons and alcohols including Methane, Propane, Ethylene, Ethanol, Methanol, Propanol, Ethylene oxide
- Toxic: Hydrogen sulfide, Carbon monoxide, Sulfur dioxide, Nitrogen dioxide, Hydrogen chloride, Hydrogen fluoride, Ammonia, Nitrogen monoxide, Ozone
- Oxygen: Oxygen deficiency