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|February 2009 - Meeting Reminder|
Our Next Meeting - February 2009
|Date:||Tuesday - February 24, 2009|
6:00 PM - Dinner
7:00 PM - Meeting & Technical Presentation
- 397 Centennial Parkway North - Hamilton
Follow this link for a map and directions to the Pinetree Restaurant [Google Map]
Dinner cost is $5 for ISA Members and $15 for non-members.
Please be sure to confirm your dinner attendance!!
Reserve your space for dinner and confirm your attendance via:
- Submitting the online Attendance Confirmation form -or-
- E-Mail message to Jack Vincent -or -
- Telefax sent to the attention of Jack Vincent - (905) 333-4976
|Subject:||Managing & Maintenance of Fixed Gas Monitors|
presentation will address technology that can
perform remote automatic calibration,
record-keeping and instrument diagnostics for
fixed-point gas or portable atmospheric test
monitors. Manually calibrating every fixed
atmospheric test monitor in a facility is a time
consuming distraction from the core business.
The units may be in hard-to-reach places
creating additional safety hazards. These and
other obstacles make it difficult to follow
industry best practices for routine testing and
calibration. A graphical user interface tool
allows an administrator to view operations of
each device from a network computer. From here,
you can initiate calibrations and instrument
tests remotely, print reports, set events, and
run diagnostics for any or all instruments at
any location. The software will allow a
Hands-off maintenance and a snapshot view of
your entire gas monitor fleet to:
· Maintain your gas monitors more safely, efficiently and reliably
· Increase equipment reliability
· Eliminate safety concerns
· Save money on calibration and testing
· Focus more resources toward your core business
The system can accommodate both fixed-mounted and portable Instruments to automate calibrate, perform record keeping, instrument testing and diagnostics.
|Speaker:||Matthew Thiel - Industrial Scientific|
Matthew Thiel is
the Fixed Instrument Product Manager for
Industrial Scientific Corporation. He has over 8
years of gas detection experience from designing
products through designing complete fire and gas
systems for customers.
Mr. Thiel is currently involved with new product development from conception through product launch as well as manages a group of engineers dedicated to designing fixed gas detection systems. Mr. Thiel has a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MBA.
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