RNLI Relies on the Tiger to Keep Boat Construction Staff Safe

The RNLI is known for its 24-hour search and rescue service in the UK and Ireland, and part of delivering this service involves ensuring that the safety and wellbeing of its staff is a top priority.

In the modern boat-building environment, particularly in the case of the RNLI’s new Shannon class lifeboat with its complex composite construction (pictured), many different types of chemical processes are used. Becuase of this, it is vital that these gases and compounds are monitored.

To do this, Shawcity has provided the RNLI with a new Tiger VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) Datalogging gas analyser, which will enable the RNLI’s staff to work in the safest possible environment and also allow the RNLI to monitor any trends or anomalies in the boat-building process.

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