The Benefits of Monitoring Toxic and Corrosive Gases in Your Wastewater System

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• What is Hydrogen Sulfide and where does it come from?

• Why is it important to monitor H2S in your treatment plant?

• How do you monitor H2S?

• What are the critical factors when choosing an H2S monitoring device?


Terry Nagy, Engineering Manager, CAS DataLoggers  

Terry Nagy has more than 30 years' experience in measurement and instrumentation systems including PC and standalone data acquisition systems, data loggers and real-time systems. At CAS, Terry oversees development and manufacturing of custom systems and applications, hardware and software design, and technical support. 

Pete Martin, President, CAS DataLoggers

Pete Martin has more than 30 years' experience in instrumentation and data acquisition. Pete brings valuable perspective to solving customers’ problems having experience in aerospace, automotive and general manufacturing industries.

CAS DataLoggers is a distributor of data loggers, data acquisition equipment and temperature monitoring systems across most industry segments in North America. CAS provides municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants with portable gas data loggers to monitor and analyze dangerous gas emissions including hydrogen sulfide (H2S).


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