Detecting gases released from chemical processes poses an intricate engineering challenge. Determining the optimal number and placement of detectors is daunting even in ideal conditions. However, the complexity intensifies when a single detector must identify various chemicals or chemical mixtures. Gas detectors are typically calibrated to recognize specific chemicals, meaning exposure to different substances yields disparate measurements.

In this webinar, we delve into the intricacies of detecting multicomponent gas systems versus single-species detection. We’ll explore crucial factors in designing gas detection systems for scenarios involving multicomponent releases.