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Portable Gas Detection

by Shawcity Limited  (Feb. 16, 2011)

‘Fatal Blast’ at an industrial plant or ‘Workers Overcome with Toxic Fumes’ or ‘Neighbours moved to safe place to avoid Toxic Fumes’ are headlines that are all too common. The cause of many fatal accidents is the confined space where workers are having to work.   The gas risk associated with a confined ...

Gas detection - portable, easy and a true life saver!

by Shawcity Limited  (Oct. 26, 2011)

The new AccuSense Chemical Recognition System from Seer Technologies allows you to detect, identify, monitor and quantify and multitude of different gases. With the dangers of chemical attack always present the importance of the quickest possible first response is critical.  Over the years there have been a variety of technologies available ...

New portable FTIR Gas Analyser detects almost any gas

by Quantitech Ltd  (Oct. 31, 2011)

Instrumentation specialist Quantitech has launched a new version of the Gasmet portable multiparameter FTIR gas analyser which has brought laboratory grade gas analysis into the field. The new instrument, the DX4040, is lighter, easier to use and more flexible than its predecessor. However, Quantitech's Dr Andrew Hobson says: "The most important ...

New portable FTIR Gas Analyser detects almost any gas

by DECHEMA Ausstellungs-GmbH  (May 15, 2012)

Gasmet Technologies Oy (Finland) has announced the launch of the DX4040 – a portable FTIR gas analyser that enables the field measurement of literally thousands of gases. The DX4040 is the second generation of the world’s first truly portable FTIR analyser which brought laboratory grade gas analysis into the field, and thereby brought ...

New portable FTIR Gas Analyser detects almost any gas

by Gasmet Technologies Oy  (May 17, 2012)

Gasmet Technologies Oy (Finland) has announced the launch of the DX4040 – a portable FTIR gas analyser that enables the field measurement of literally thousands of gases. The DX4040 is the second generation of the world’s first truly portable FTIR analyser which brought laboratory grade gas analysis into the field, and thereby brought ...

Wireless Gas Detection with Crowcon’s Detective Net

by Crowcon Detection Instruments Ltd - a Halma company  (Jan. 1, 2014)

Crowcon’s new Detective Net wireless module allows up to 25 Detective+ gas detectors to be linked without cables. It is ideal for use in the oil, gas, petrochemical and utility industries. The Detective+ is a free-standing, transportable multigas monitor that can be used individually or in groups to ...

Portable Monitor Detects and Measures Chlorine Dioxide

by PureAire Monitoring Systems, Inc  (Jul. 27, 2010)

A portable instrument for the detection and measurement of chlorine dioxide (ClO2) is available from PureAire Monitoring Systems, Inc. A rugged, battery-powered instrument, the Mini-BA Chlorine Dioxide Monitor is ideal for safety monitoring at sites where fumigation and/or sterilization work is being performed. The instrument is also suitable for ...

T3 portable multi-gas detector

by WaterLink International - Geomares Publishing bv  (Feb. 15, 2010)

Gas detection specialist Crowcon has expanded the capabilities of its highly successful Tetra:3 (T3) personal multi-gas detector with three more toxic gas sensors: ozone (O3), sulphur dioxide (SO2) and ammonia (NH3). This complements the existing sensor range which includes flammable gases, oxygen (O2), hydrogen sulphide (H2S), and carbon monoxide ...

Laser gas detection success for Anglian Water Services

by Geotech  (Jun. 1, 2012)

Anglian Water Services (AWS) wanted to quantify methane emissions from their wastewater treatment processes. As these are less well understood and less well defined than indirect carbon emissions associated with electricity use, they set up a project to locate and quantify emissions from the processes at a wastewater treatment works. This was led ...

Gas detection solutions for monitoring compressed breathing air

by Analox Sensor Technology  (May 21, 2015)

At first glance the physiological demands of the firefighter, the scuba diver and the hospital patient have little in common. One is trained to deal with fire and rescue, one swims underwater and one is concerned with either regaining or improving their health. Yet all three depend to some extent on a safe source of compressed breathing air. In ...

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