Gas Detection

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Axetris

Puts micro-technology to work

GfG

Risks can't be avoided, but they can be reduced

IM & M Ltd

Your Specialist Safety Partner

Ellona

a vision for the future

Bühler Technologies – Fluid Control

Your specialist for Gas Analysis and Fluidcontrol.

RIKEN KEIKI Co. Ltd.

Safety seeing the unseen danger.

Critical Environment Technologies

Safer Air Everywhere

Bühler Technologies – Gas Analysis

Your specialist for Gas Analysis and Fluidcontrol.

Gasmet

Know What's In The Air

ECO PHYSICS AG

Our ECOlogical leadership is committed to sustain our environment

WatchGas

Passion for all gas detection

Recom Industriale

Manufacturer of Gas Detection Systems for industrial and marine applications.

Turnkey Instruments

Industrial and scientific instruments: environmental dust, gas & noise monitoring; on & off-road brake testers.

DD Scientific

MAKING SENSE IN THE WORLD OF GAS SENSING

MSA Safety

The Safety Company

Teledyne Gas & Flame Detection

Every where you look

MIPEX Technology

Micro power IR gas sensors

Sewerin

Where innovation and tradition combine

Gas Clip Technologies

Portable Gas Detectors You Can Count On

Helapet Limited

A Cinimed® Group Company

Blackline Safety

Work Anywhere — We've Got Your Back

DOD Technologies, Inc

Global Gas Detection Solutions

Vertilas GmbH

Global Providers in the Field of Long-Wavelength Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser Diodes

MEMBRAPOR AG

The Synonym for Reliable Electrochemical Gas Sensors

Alphasense

Industry Leading Air Quality Sensors

Dräger

Technology for Life

Gas Detection

A high quality gas detector detects different gases in a certain area, usually as part of a safety system. An industrial process can then be shut down. Certain gas detection equipment can also sound an alarm in an area where the leak is. This gives operators opportunity to escape. Gas detectors can be used to detect oxygen depletion, combustible, flammable and toxic gases. These devices are used widely in industry in a variety of locations i.e. oil rigs to monitor manufacture processes, and in emerging technologies. Alarms and flashing lights are sounded when dangerous levels of gas vapours are detected. Gas detection equipment measures a gas concentration against a calibration gas that acts as a reference point. In the early days of gas detection gas monitors detected a single gas, but a modern gas monitor can detect several toxic or combustible gases, or even combinations. Monitors are either portable or stationary / fixed devices. Portable gas detection equipment is usually battery operated.

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