July 16, 2024

Proper Testing of Odorant Concentration Levels

Virtual, Instructor-Led

Event Summary

Review of DOT Odorization regulation 192.625 and how to properly conduct a “sniff test”, what the readings mean, factors that could affect the odor quality and quantity. The difference between Threshold and Readily Detectable and Relative Odor Intensity levels will be discussed.


Attendees will receive 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) upon completion.


Learning Objectives

Understanding the readings obtained during the test, how to properly con-duct a test, and factors that can affect a test.


Target Audience

Distribution and Transmission




Roy Montemarano

Technical Services Manager, Heath

After leaving college, Roy started his forty-three-plus year journey with Heath as a Leak survey field technician, working his way up to leak survey and damage prevention field manager. He transferred to the training department, where Roy and his associates developed training standards and procedures for the various instrumentation used in the field. Training both Heath personal and Customers (domestic and international).

Part of Roy’s job responsibilities is assisting Heath’s engineering department with R&D of new technology for the natural gas industry to meet the demands of the new regulations being proposed for Leak Detection and Repair.


From 07-16-2024 10:00 am CST until 07-16-2024 11:00 am CST



Registration Information
Member $295
Non-Member $495

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

Who can attend?

SGA Cancellation Policy "C"

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