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. “The good news is that the appropriate LFL monitor will not only protect your plant and personnel while keeping you in compliance with the relevant codes, it can also increase the profitability of your production process,” says Katie Moniello, marketing coordinator at New Jersey-based manufacturing firm Control Instruments. “Choosing the right LFL monitor may take time and effort, but the benefits to your company and your employees are more than worth it.” Relying on its more than 50 years of industry experience, Control Instruments designs gas detection systems that help improve safety and performance in a variety of applications.
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the