CIC gets Functional Safety Certification

It is our great pleasure to announce that Control Instruments' has completed its functional safety certification through exida LLC. 

The certificate and assessment report for the PrevEx™ flammability analyzer are available on exida’s public website. The website’s Security Automation Equipment List (SAEL) is a regularly maintained list of instruments that currently have valid certificates. It contains information for incorporating a PrevEx analyzer into SIL 2 or SIL 3 safety instrumented systems. 

Listen to our Webinar ON DEMAND

Thank you for attending our Process Heating LFL Process Monitoring For Safety, Compliance, and Cost Savings Webinar, presented by Chris Grieshaber,  our North American regional Sales Manager.

Whether you attended or got pulled away, you can replay the webinar at your convenience for 12 months from the live date:

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REMINDER: WEBINAR JUST A DAY AWAY!

LFL Process Monitoring For Safety, Compliance, and Cost Savings Webinar TOMORROW, October 10th.

Registration is open for our no-cost webinar hosted by Process Heating, which will go over the importance and advantages of proper LFL/LEL monitoring in process heating applications. 

Why you should attend LIVE: 

  • Submit your questions to live speakers
  • Network with colleagues and industry experts
  • Download handouts and additional information
  • Participate in interactive polling questions

 

Join Us for a Process Heating Webinar 10/10/19

Registration is now open for our no-cost webinar hosted by Process Heating, which will go over the importance and advantages of proper LFL/LEL monitoring in process heating applications. 

Every year excessive increases in LFL levels result in severe plant damage, extended downtime, injuries and even death to personnel. Using the correct analyzer to monitor the LFL level in the process can greatly reduce these risks. Compliance with standards and insurance requirements is also a concern that can be addressed with the right analyzer. 

Jeff Sampson is New CIC Sales Director

We are happy to announce that Jeff Sampson will be taking on the role of Sales Director for Control Instruments Corporation. 

Jeff has distinguished himself over the past twenty five years with Control Instruments, most recently handling key corporate accounts, both domestic and international. Along with our sales team of Chris Grieshaber, Bob Nutting and Dina Timoteo, Jeff will be assisting our valued customers and global group of partners in continuing to build a successful future together.

Congratulations Jeff!

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Have a Happy & Safe Summer

Enjoy the Rest of the Summer..Safely. To have a Happy & Safe Summer, check out these tips from the National Safety Council:

See you in September!

Monitoring Collection Tanks: Headspace

For the next few weeks we're going to look at some application examples from our Chemical E-Book, this week we'll focus on: headspace monitoring.

Collection tanks can contain a complex mixture of materials and hazardous chemicals, many of which are present in the headspace of the tanks.

Cleaning Wastewater Streams: Steam Stripping

For the next few weeks we're going to look at some application examples from our Chemical E-Book, this week we'll focus on a method of cleaning up plant wastewater streams: Steam Stripping.

Steam stripping is an economic method of cleaning up plant wastewater streams. It is a multistage continuous distillation process where steam is used as a stripping gas to remove hydrocarbons from dischargeable waste waters.

Cleaning Wastewater Streams: Scrubbers

For the next few weeks we're going to look at some application examples from our Chemical E-Book, this week we'll focus on a method of cleaning up plant wastewater streams: Scrubbers. Wet scrubbers are effective air pollution control devices for removing particles and/or gases from industrial exhaust streams. Scrubber liquid normally has very low organics, but the outlet must be monitored due to ever changing concentrations.

Celebrating the Fourth..from a Distance

As fireworks soar sky high around the Fourth of July, so do injuries. As the holiday approaches, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) demonstrated the power fireworks, legal and illegal.

According to the CPSC, last year five people were killed and more than 9,000 were injured in fireworks-related incidents, the majority in a 30-day period around July 4.

Those injuries ranging from cuts, scrapes to permanent disfigurement, including severe burns, amputation of fingers and serious eye trauma.

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