Archive for the Standardization Category

NFPA Announces Key Fire Protection Week Partners

  NFPA has announced key partners for its annual Fire Protection Week to be held October 6-12. Fire Protection Week is dedicated to raising awareness of how fires start, how to prevent them, and how our emergency services community can help support public safety efforts. For the

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Compressed Air Profiles: California Academy of Sciences

Compressed air is essential to the dive industry. San Francisco’s California Academy of Sciences stands as one of the more intriguing stories in the field. The Academy is a non-profit science museum and research organization with a history dating back to 1853. Since the 1950s, when the

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The Red, White & Blue of Compressed Air

  TRI Air Testing hopes that all those working with compressed air in the United States take a little time on the Fourth of July to celebrate their nation’s Independence Day. Though we are an international company, we are headquartered in the United States; and we are

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Recommended Reading: “Compressed Air: An Overlooked Source of Contamination”

Here’s one you may have missed (back in February). Writing for Food Safety Tech, Parker Hannifin Corporation’s Allan Fish and Peak Media’s Peter Froehlich take a look at the gaps in standards and laws regarding a real definition for “cleanliness” when compressed air is used in the

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