Livetec have devised a multi point release system to improve the distribution of gas within the building and reduce the risks associated with a single lance delivery system.
A temporary ring main is set up with hoses and release points in a loop within the shed.
Release of CO2 is directed upwards and away from the birds. The system also creates less dry ice, reducing the time taken for the building to be ventilated after gassing.
The multipoint gas monitoring system measures and records gas concentrations at 10 locations within the shed and sensors, which also measure the temperature, are positioned in an equal array 50cm above the birds.
Additionally, a temporary CCTV system is established with a low light/InfraRed cameras placed both within and external to the shed so that the behaviour of the birds can be observed and external areas of the shed can be monitored for safety.
Operation setup and execution will be conducted under general permit to work from the site owner. The operation itself is supported by Livetec’s risk assessment, method statement, operation checklist and individual task details.
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