Forget the Oscars, Baftas and Brits, it is the Hazardex Awards that really count for Ion Science this year!
We are delighted that our Titan continuous fixed benzene-specific monitor has made the shortlist of nominees in the Technical Innovation category.
Titan is the world’s first continuous benzene-specific monitor, specially designed for the detection of ambient benzene in petrochemical applications and refinery facilities in particular – providing the ultimate protection of workforce, environment and plant.
A total of 20 nominations have been shortlisted across four categories for the Hazardex 2017 Awards, designed to recognise excellence in the hazardous area sector.
Voting is open to all Hazardex readers until 20 February 2017. Winners in each category will be announced after the Hazardex 2017 Conference and Exhibition in early March.
Delegates at the Hazardex 2017 Conference and Exhibition in Runcorn will vote for an overall winner on 2 March 2017. The Awards Ceremony will take place before the Gala Dinner.
To vote for Ion Science and Titan – email email@example.com with ‘Award Vote’ in the subject field and the category & chosen company in the message field.
Our Managing Director, Duncan Johns, is already dusting off his tuxedo and preparing a winner’s speech!
For further information on the awards visit www.hazardexonthenet.net
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