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Proven Products & Advanced Technologies

Designed with the end user in mind, Heath manufactured products are
produced by experienced technicians with a genuine pride of craftsmanship.
Heath's product line is completed with carefully selected products from
other well-established manufacturers.

Heath Volume Corrector (HVC)

* Heath's intrinsically safe HVC addresses a wide range of electronic measurement needs; from the simplest
stand alone mechanical instrument replacement to a full-featured one with audit trail, event log, contract
management tools, alarms and more.

Heath Data Recorder (HDR)

* The intrinsically safe HDR covers a wide range of electronic process monitoring needs; from the simplest
stand alone mechanical instrument replacement to a full-blown three pressure, two temperature, one pulse
recording, samples every second, alarm notifying and SCADA compatible system suitable for everything from
hydrostatic testing, PUC compliance, regulator performance, low point monitoring and load surveys.

Heath Chart Recorder (HCR)

*	 The	HCR	recorders	are	a	model	of	design	efficiency,	providing	ease	of	use	in	a	durable	field-tested	package.	
Accuracy and repeatability are second to none. The recorder is available in an 8" chart with a variety of
sensor	and	mounting	configurations.

Detecto Pak-Infrared (DP-IR™)

* The intrinsically safe DP-IR is a highly advanced technology capable of detecting methane without false alarming
on other gases. It functions by using an infrared optical gas detection system. The DP-IR offers next generation
technology	utilizing	a	simple	light	beam,	eliminating	the	need	for	expensive	gas	cylinders	and	refill	systems.	

Remote Methane Leak Detector-Intrinsically Safe (RMLD-IS™)

*	 The	RMLD-IS	can	quickly	and	efficiently	detect	leaks	up	to	one	hundred	feet	away.	Using	laser	
technology,	remote	detection	allows	the	user	to	safely	survey	areas	that	may	be	difficult	to	
reach,	such	as	busy	roadways,	yards	with	large	dogs,	locked	gates,	pipe	suspended	under	a	
bridge and other hard-to-access places.
* The Intrinsic Safety rating on the RMLD-IS opens up a whole new realm of survey applications
such as Offshore Platforms; Plant and Industrial Inspections; Compressor Stations; Production
Facilities; LNG Ship Inspections and more.

ODORATOR 2™

* The New ODORATOR 2™ offers the latest state-of-the-art technology in a handheld, portable,
electronic, GNSS based audit system. This instrument is used to evaluate and record the odor
levels within a utility's gas stream with respect to actual test locations.

GT Series

*	 The	GT	Series	of	hand-held	leak	detectors	are	multi-application	instruments,	satisfying	the	needs	of	service	
technicians	within	a	single	unit.	The	GT	Series	features	seven	modes	of	operation:	Leak	Testing,	Confined	
Space, Barhole Testing, Carbon Monoxide, Purge, Sniffer and Pressure.


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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of THE SOURCE - Spring 2018

First Person
APGA Events
Disasters Bring Challenges and Opportunities
Furnace Rule Update
APGA Strategic Planning
Conversation with an APGA member: Tallahassee
NGSA’s Winter Natural Gas Outlook Projects Record Demand, Matched by Robust Storage and Production
Promoting Gas Market Growth
New White Paper Offers Guidance to Natural Gas Utilities on Thriving in a Changing Landscape
Legislative Outlook
Marketing Matters
At Last
Advertiser's Index/ Advertiser.com
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THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - cover1
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THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - First Person
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THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - APGA Events
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - Disasters Bring Challenges and Opportunities
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THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - Furnace Rule Update
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - APGA Strategic Planning
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - 15
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - Conversation with an APGA member: Tallahassee
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - 17
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - NGSA’s Winter Natural Gas Outlook Projects Record Demand, Matched by Robust Storage and Production
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - 19
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - Promoting Gas Market Growth
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - 21
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - New White Paper Offers Guidance to Natural Gas Utilities on Thriving in a Changing Landscape
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - 23
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - Legislative Outlook
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - 25
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - Marketing Matters
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THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - At Last
THE SOURCE - Spring 2018 - Advertiser's Index/ Advertiser.com
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