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- Want to eliminate refrigerant leak false alarms? Read the August Newsletter to find out how!
- Safety Inc and ETAPII’s Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences
- iFacility Services’ New Look
- Join us for a Webinar on Plasma Emission Detection!
- New Safety Inc Newsletter – June 2016
- New Company: Mintie Corporation
- New Product: RKI GX-6000
- “Hackers for Hope” Golf Outing
- Join us for a webinar on gas detector tubes, Thursday, Sept 17, at 12 pm
Learn how to use high-precision instruments for water quality analysis!Posted by: safetyinc - Friday, August 19, 2016
Join us on Tuesday, August 23 from noon to 1 PM EST for our next educational webinar, where we’ll be unlocking secrets to water quality analysis with SWAN Analytical. Some of the things we will be covering:
• Overview of key parameters – pH, silica & phosphate, sodium
• Typical applications
• How to measure water quality?
• Why to measure water quality?
• Key factors in selecting an analyzer
Click on this link on August 23 at noon EST. This will take you to Go To Meeting. Then select “Join a Meeting” and enter the 9-digit Meeting ID#: 988-043-669.
Want to eliminate refrigerant leak false alarms? Read the August Newsletter to find out how!Posted by: safetyinc - Tuesday, August 2, 2016
Check out the newest edition of the Safety Inc/ETAPII newsletter, where we discuss the product lines of our new manufacturers, Thermal Gas Systems and Swan Analytical, as well as our upcoming webinars and trade shows!
Safety Inc and ETAPII’s Upcoming Trade Shows and ConferencesPosted by: safetyinc - Thursday, July 28, 2016
ETAPII and Safety Inc’s Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences
Here’s an overview of our upcoming appearances at the regional safety events:
- Visit us at the 2016 Rhode Island Emergency Management Conference on August 10th – 11th in Warwick, RI. This conference is hosted by the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) Region 1 and the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency. (Click on link for more information)
- We invite you to stop by our booth at the 2016 SESHA Mini-Conference on October 10th – 11th in SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany, NY. This conference welcomes professionals working in semiconductor manufacturing facilities, research, facilities, and support industries in the Northeast Technical Corridor and beyond.
Feel free to contact us for any more information on the above events, or about any other product/need you might have, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (978) 532-1330.
iFacility Services’ New LookPosted by: safetyinc - Thursday, July 28, 2016
Have you seen our sister company iFacility Services’ revamped website? If not, check it out! We’ve redesigned it for easy navigation, allowing customers to survey the different services we provide and request ones tailored to their particular needs. Our experts repair and calibrate instruments, maintain respirators, test Level A Hazmat suits following the ASTM F1052 Pressure Test Method, provide calibration gases, regulators and accessories, and offer both on-site and ship-in service.
Our familiarity with your particular situation and with your history with a certain product, if you’ve shopped with us before, also affords us a much better window into how best to tackle any problem you might have for us. We’re not some faceless corporate entity that robotically takes whatever issue you might have for us, runs it mindlessly through some mechanical processes, and then spits it back out at you on a conveyor belt. We strive to create a relationship with you, a dialogue based on our previous experience both with you and with whatever equipment you might need servicing.
Join us for a Webinar on Plasma Emission Detection!Posted by: safetyinc - Wednesday, June 29, 2016
You are invited to join us for an hour on July 12 at noon EST! We at Safety, Inc are hosting a webinar by LDetek’s Ciro Granato! The webinar will be focused on plasma emission detection (PED) technology, its usages and advantages in the industrial work environment, some applications of PED technology, and the comparisons of PED’s versus other kinds of detectors.
LDetek is a company that specializes in gas chromatography and analysis of trace impurities in gas. They provide a wide variety of gas analysis solutions. If you’d like to know more about the company, click here for more information.
If you click on this link, it will take you to Go To Meeting, the online platform for this webinar. At the time and date of the meeting, select “Join a Meeting” and enter this 9-digit Meeting ID #: 234-963-285.
We look forward to seeing you there!
New Safety Inc Newsletter – June 2016Posted by: safetyinc - Monday, June 6, 2016
There’s a new Safety, Inc Newsletter edition up for June – click here to see the new offerings from Safety Inc and her sister companies!
New Company: Mintie CorporationPosted by: safetyinc - Thursday, May 19, 2016
Mintie Corporation products are now available through Safety Inc! Mintie provides indoor air quality management, preventative maintenance solutions, and portable containment products for airborne particulates. Perfect for infection-sensitive medical environments, Mintie Corporations’ family of products provides a wide range of solutions.
Mintie, which began as modest specialty maintenance service company, has grown into a brand with an international reputation for excellent service and innovative ideas. If you’d like to know more about Mintie or to inquire about a certain product line, click here!
New Product: RKI GX-6000Posted by: safetyinc - Thursday, May 19, 2016
Safety Inc is proud to announce a new addition to its RKI product line: the RKI GX-6000, a multi-gas detector capable of monitoring up to six different gases, with four fixed channels for combined space gases and two additional smart channels that accept PID, IR or super toxic sensors. Built to withstand the most corrosive of environments, and equipped with a removable rubber boot, a dust- and water-resistant enclosure and with five bright LEDs on three sides of the instruments, the GX-6000 is the ideal portable multi-gas detector.
For more information or to order one from Safety Inc, click here!
“Hackers for Hope” Golf OutingPosted by: safetyinc - Thursday, May 19, 2016
The Fourth Annual “Hackers for Hope” Golf Outing is just a few short weeks away! On Monday, June 13th, come spend a few leisurely hours out on the links at Beverly Golf and Tennis, enjoying a game of golf with friends and food, all the while providing support to a charity that strives to find the cure for one of the more overlooked diseases in the world in cystic fibrosis. All proceeds go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and 90% of those donations will directly fund research aimed towards putting an end to this condition.
Cystic fibrosis is an inherited disorder that impedes digestion and results in chronic infection of the lungs. More than 30,000 people in the United States have the disease. Every dollar dedicated to this cause means we’re that much closer to bringing that number to zero.
So whether you’re on the cusp of PGA stardom or you’ve never been within twenty miles of a mini golf course, golfers of all sizes and skill levels are invited to participate! There are multiple sponsorship opportunities, and individual and team prizes will be handed out following the last putt, along with a buffet dinner. And even if you don’t feel like golfing, we have a number of options for those who just want to donate to the foundation. Click here for more information and to sign up online, and here for a fill-able and printable registration form that you can send in by mail. Don’t wait – the registration deadline is Monday, June 6th!
Join us for a webinar on gas detector tubes, Thursday, Sept 17, at 12 pmPosted by: safetyinc - Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Held on Thursday September 17 at 12 noon (ET), this webinar will include a Comparison of Detector Tube Systems to Other Direct Reading Instruments and will cover:
– How Detector Tubes Work
– Specifications You’ve Seen but Might Not Know What They Mean
– Markets and Applications
This webinar is at no charge and will last less than one hour and will include a brief question and answer session at the end. Register here.