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Benzene is a highly flammable liquid, which occurs naturally in crude oil, natural gas and some ground waters. It is also present in crude oil vapours. The main use of benzene is as starting material for manufacturing chemicals such as cyclohexane, ethyl benzene (styrene), phenol and maleic anhydride. It was formerly used as a solvent, but in most cases, safer substances have now replaced this use. In the UK, petrol contains below 1% benzene. Small amounts of benzene are produced when some organic substances burn incompletely, e.g. it is found in cigarette smoke and vehicle exhausts. It is produced as a by-product during the manufacture of coke from coal. Benzene evaporates easily, and most people can just detect its distinctive smell at concentrations between 2.5 and 5 parts per million (ppm) in air.
What's going on in the Webinar?
During this webinar we will discuss:
Join our live Webinar on Friday 1st May 10am as Adam Pope our UK & Ireland, Mobile Gas Detection Manager and our guest Mark Burrup, European Mobile Gas Detection Manager discuss these challenges and hazards and how they can be addressed using new technologies.
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For more information on our webinar or to discuss potential solutions contact your local Draeger representative or visit our website to find out more.
Phone: +44 (0) 1670 352 891
View our solutions for Benzene: https://www.draeger.com/en_uk/Products/X-pid-9000-9500?cid=em-uk-2020-04-22-ogwebinar2020