Trimble has released a SiteFID Gas Monitoring system for use in environmental services business. This system is structured for landfill operations managers, and environmental consultants, integrating portable positioning computing functionalities with Flame Ionization Detection (FID) gas sensing methodology, facilitating the mobile operators to regulate their operations, enhancing precision and acquiescence in the work site.
This in-built gas detecting system enables the consultants and landfill workers with a continuous and constant solution. The field data is logged with GPS functions live during field inspection and can be transmitted from Trimble SiteFID monitoring software to back-office acquiescence for additional evaluation and description.
The Trimble SiteFID satisfies the system demands for tracking hydrocarbon employing the U.S. EPA Method 21 and the proposed Rule 1150.1 necessities, thus informing and sampling Total Organic Carbon for example, methane, in California.
According to Elmar Lenz, director of Trimble's Environmental Solutions Business, this Trimble SiteFID system provides an entirely novel and advanced technique for gathering gas samples from the field surface. Previously, the consultants and operators used maps, plans notebooks, and gas sensors to detect and locate dangerous areas on site and with the advent of Trimble SiteFID software, use of paper and plans can be avoided, since the handy gas sensing unit is in-built, he mentioned. Their aim is to supply a specialized system for lowering working costs, improving workers time, simplifying the operation and finally to improve conformity reporting.
Trimble's systems serve variety of environmental services, reclamation, environmental consulting waste management, remediation, and environmental equipment markets, facilitating workflow, enhancing yield and lowering maintenance on work site.