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Webinar: Tools and Strategies for Optimal Gas and Flame Detector Placement
Tuesday, March 12, 9am Central

On Tuesday, March 12, Murtaza Gandhi of Baker Risk follows up our Fixed Gas Detection series by introducing customers to performance-based tools to help you answer the question: Exactly where should I be mounting my gas detection sensor or flame detector for optimal safety and system performance?

Murtaza Gandhi, Baker RiskThis 45-minute webinar will cover these key topics and more:

  • Issues and concerns with traditional detector placement strategies
  • What is performance-based fire and gas mapping and why does it matter?
  • How test results can be used to validate fire and gas mapping
  • Understanding the assumptions and limitations of results-based mapping
  • Your questions answered: Live Q&A

About the speaker: With 15 years' experience in the process industry performing automation, instrumentation, and SIS projects, Murtaza Gandhi currently serves as senior process safety engineer with Baker Risk. He regularly leads both qualitative and quantitative studies, including performance-based fire and gas mapping. He serves as supervisor for process safety operations in Houston, and manages the controls and instrumentation systems, equipment, and programming at Baker Risk's jet fire and dispersion test facility in La Vernia, TX.

We welcome Mr. Gandhi a speaker and thank him for sharing his expertise with our customers.

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Missed this webinar? Watch the session recording.

Did you miss our three-part webinar series on Fixed Gas Detection? Watch it in the Training Center and download the slides.