A Micropack employee has been recognised with an STS-AIChE Award. STS-AIChE, the leading global organisation for chemical engineering professionals, hosts annual awards that celebrate innovations within the industry at both international and regional level. William Pittman, PhD., a senior fire and gas detection consultant at Micropack, received the STS-AIChE 2019 South Texas Section Best In-Practice Paper Award for
Micropack are pleased to announce a major update of HazMap3D, our 3D fire and gas mapping software, is now available. Version 20.01 builds on previous releases with an enhanced approach to toxic gas detection assessments as well as updates and inclusions of Oil and Gas Operator standards. The User experience has also been improved with an intuitive toolbar, a range
We are pleased to announce that Micropack, with the support of our local channel partner Respo Products, has been awarded approval by the Petroleum Explosives & Safety Organization (PESO) (Formerly Department of Explosives), Nagpur, India for our FDS300, FDS301 intelligent visual flame detectors and FDS303 multi-spectrum (IR3) IR flame detector.
We are pleased to announce that Special Offer early bird Discounts are available, for the 2020 exida FGP courses. For more details #AskMicropack or our local partner. Course dates and locations can be found via the following link. http://bit.ly/FnG_Training Terms and conditions apply.
Flame detection specialist Micropack has appointed Automatic Systems Engineering (ASE) to distribute in Poland its full range of visual and multi-spectrum IR flame detectors, fire and gas mapping and consultancy services available. The deal includes Micropack’s new multi-spectrum infrared flame detector FDS303, which was launched last year for use in hazardous environments where fast – and dependable – fire detection is…
Presentation Title - ‘Addressing the problem of poor gas leak detection rates on UK offshore platforms’; Dr Ryan Hilditch, WSP Australia; James McNay, Micropack (Engineering) Ltd. Micropack’s Director of Consultancy and Engineering, James McNay, will be presenting at the Ninth International Seminar of Fire and Explosion Hazards in St Petersburg this Thursday 25th April at 16:50. The paper reviews
The warranty on Micropack’s new, multi-spectrum infrared flame detector FDS303 has been extended to five years, following independent testing that reveals its components have an expected lifetime of 50 years. Launched earlier this year, the FDS303 was developed for use in hazardous environments where fast – and dependable – fire detection is critical. Sales director Eliot Sizeland explained: “The FDS303’s