Our Partnership with Thorne and Derrick

Background 

Founded in 1985, Thorne & Derrick (T&D) and with offices in Chester-Le-Street and Bristol are leaders in product development and problem solving in hazardous areas. T&D distribute our full range of gas detection products, supplying industries such as utilities, power, renewable energy, construction, rail, offshore, oil, gas and petrochemical industries. Thorne & Derrick provide constancy to their global customer portfolio through high responsivity and are absolutely committed to providing world-class customer service. 

Views on gas detection

Portable gas detection is an essential piece of equipment when detecting toxic or explosive gases and measuring gas concentration. T&D put the customers needs at the forefront, by providing workers in all sectors with safety products that are correctly certified and efficient. This helps to alleviate the risk of working in hazardous areas alongside Thorne & Derrick’s provision of certified and safe portable & temporary lighting, power, heat and ventilation to ensure workers can carry out maintenance, repair and installation works safely. 

Through expertise and confidence given by their sales engineers as well as listening to the customer’s requirements, T&D confidently provide solutions that are fully compliant with regulations and that are tailored to what the customer needs. 

Working with Crowcon

A 10-year partnership and continued communication have allowed Thorne & Derrick to supply their customers with gas detection solutions and aim to continue to educate and meet legislation. “We’re thrilled to be working alongside T&D to provide gas detection to support a wide range of applications of applications in numerous industries”- Natalie Lundie, Marketing Lead. With over 35 years of experience, T&D delivers effective gas detection solutions providing confidence for those working in hazardous areas.  

Hydrogen Sulphide: toxic and deadly – Chris explains more about this dangerous gas

Many of you will have come across hydrogen sulphide (H2S). If you have ever cracked a rotten egg the distinctive smell is H2S.

H2S is a hazardous gas that is found in many work environments, and even at low concentrations it is toxic. It can be a product of man-made process or a by-product of natural decomposition. From offshore oil production to sewerage works, petrochemical plants to farms and fishing vessels, H2S presents a real hazard to workers.

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