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Pfannenberg Signaling Alarms Notify Personnel and Community of Chlorine Gas Leak

Posted by Jon LaPorta on Sep 14, 2016 1:51:25 PM


CHLORINE GAS DETECTION ALARM SYSTEM WORKS AS DESIGNED

In 2015 Pfannenberg provided signaling notification appliances (alarm horns and strobes) to the North Tonawanda Wastewater Treatment Facility as part of their new Gas Detection Alarm System. On the evening of Tuesday, September 13, 2016 there was a very small chlorine gas leak. Pfannenberg's PATROL Signaling Alarms were triggered through the system notifying plant personnel and surrounding area. The alarms could heard up to a mile away from the facility.

>> All clear given following chlorine leak (VIDEO)


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Even though the leak was very minor, everyone was pleased to know that the system worked as specified, providing adequate warning. Hopefully there will never be a larger leak, but if there were then it is reassuring to know that the personnel and community will have plenty of advanced warning to the potential hazard.

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Topics: Gas Detection, Wastewater Treatment, Alarms, Industrial Safety & Signaling Solutions