Effective, Monday, August 3, 2015, OSHA issued a new standard for construction work in confined spaces. The new subpart replaces the existing training requirement with a comprehensive program designed to protect employees from the atmospheric and physical hazards associated with working in confined spaces.
Ultrasonic flowmeters typically use two techniques for measuring flow: Doppler and transit-time. But, how do you know which method is right for you?
First, you need to answer the following question: are bubbles and/or solids present in your process?
We like to make your rental experience as easy as possible. That is why we provide you with all the necessary accessories, software and manuals to go with your instrument. (We even throw in some extra goodies!)
Whether it's your first time renting equipment, or you’ve rented a hundred times before, it's important you identify and evaluate the factors that weigh in choosing a rental provider. Asking a few simple questions can reveal flaws in a company’s policy. Before you make your decision, here are a few quick tips to help you make the right choice:
1. Do their employees know what they’re talking about?
If you use a negative or positive pressure tight-fitting respirator on the job, OSHA regulations say you need to be fit tested with the same make, model, style, and size of respirator you’ll use in your daily operations.