EXPLOSIMETRY (GASOMETRY)

Man comes across gases practically in its every environment – starting with home installations up to technical gases used in industry. The atmosphere man breathes comprises approximately 21% O2, 78% N2, and what is left includes additives. They might be of natural or artificial origin. In some particular cases, the level of the pollutants might reach so high to become a hazard for living organisms. Therefore, the necessity to use appliances detecting and measuring the above-mentioned substances occurs.


Division of volatile substances:


  • gases – gases in normal conditions,
  • opary – vapours – vapoured part of liquid substances,
  • mists,
  • dusts

For our use, gases can be also classified as follows:


  • flammable gases – we take measurements due to fire fighting reasons
  • toxic gases – we take measurement due to Health and Safety reasons (poisoning or oxygen displacement)
  • measurements due to technological reasons

An extract from the most important definitions regarded with geometry:


  • explosion hazard area: An area within which a gaseous explosive atmosphere might be created (potential hazard).
  • gaseous explosive atmosphere: A mixture of flammable substances as gas, vapour or mist with the air in atmosphere conditions in which , after ignition, burning process spreads around entire not burned mixture.
  • lower explosion limit (DGW): Volume concentration of flammable gas or vapour in the air, below which a gaseous explosive atmosphere might be created.
  • upper explosion limit (GGW):  Volume concentration of flammable gas or vapour in the air, above which a gaseous explosive atmosphere might be created.
  • temperature of self-ignition for gaseous explosive atmosphere: The lowest temperature of heated surface, when with specified conditions according to IEC 79-4, an ignition of flammable substance as gas, vapour or mist with the air may occur.
  • type of fire fighting construction: Defined preventive measures employed in electrical devices in order to prevent ignition of surrounding gaseous explosive atmosphere.
  • the highest allowable concentration (NDS): Approximate weighted value of concentration and its influence on a worker within 8-hours, typical week of work defined in the Labour Code should not affect it labour activity nor its health or his future generations’ health.
  • the highest allowable concentration of the moment (NDSCh): Approximate concentration value which does not influence worker’s health if present in the working area not longer than 15 minutes and not more often than 2 time a shift with minimum 1-hour intervals.
  • point highest allowable concentration (NDSP): The value of the concentration which due to its thread to worker’s health may not be exceeded in the work environment at any times.


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