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Protir - Model 204C - Gas Monitoring Systems

by Protea Limited     based in Cheshire, UNITED KINGDOM

When process or emission gas measurements are required from a fixed point or range of sample points, Protea can supply a bespoke fixed measurement system. At the heart of all ProtIR 204C gas monitoring systems is the 204M gas analyser, surrounding which is a configurable set of automation and control systems to allow Continuous Emissions ...

Air check - Model Ex - H2 Gas Monitoring System

by PureAire Monitoring Systems, Inc     based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA)

The Air check Ex H2 Gas Monitoring System is a compact gas monitoring system that’s ideal for continuously monitoring toxic and corrosive gases in hazardous areas. The Air check Ex non-intrusive calibration allows sensor calibration in hazardous areas without area declassification. The only tool required is a small magnetic wand, designed to ...

Model IM 5000 - Flue Gas Monitoring System

by IM Environmental Equipment Germany GmbH     based in Heilbronn, GERMANY

The IM 5000 is a state-of-the-art continuous flue-gas monitoring system and  is designed for a wide variety of flue-gas monitoring applications. The IM 5000 is a stand-alone analyzer that  works automatically. The rugged wall mounted enclosure meets NEMA type 4X (IP65) standards. The modular approach of the IM 5000 allows one or more ...

Vertex M - Toxic Gas Monitoring System

by Honeywell Analytics     based in Hegnau, SWITZERLAND

Cost-effective, 8 to 24 point toxic gas monitoring system that adapts to the changing gas detection needs. Vertex M is one of the industry’s most flexible, advanced toxic gas monitoring systems offering parts per billion detection levels and physical evidence of a gas leak. Vertex M ensures productivity as well as life safety. Vertex M with ...

Model MSMR-16 - Gas Monitoring System

by ALTER SA     based in Tarnowo Podgórne, POLAND

The MSMR-16 Gas Monitoring System is used for independent measurement of gases with up to 16 detection heads. An LCD display shows read-outs of all measured parameters (name of the measured medium, current concentration, measurement unit, alarm and emergency conditions, etc.). Additionally, average, maximum and minimum values for the last 15 ...

Manning - Model Air Alert 96d - Multichannel Gas Monitoring System

by Honeywell Analytics     based in Hegnau, SWITZERLAND

Acts as the nerve centre of a modular gas detection network by providing continuous monitoring of up to 96 sensors. The Manning AirAlert™ 96d multichannel gas monitoring system is designed for installation and operational simplicity for continuous monitoring and control of toxic gases, combustible gases and Oxygen hazards.

GHG Sentinel - Gas Monitoring System

by AXYS Technologies Inc.     based in Sidney, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

The AXYS GHG Sentinel™ is a continuous automated greenhouse gas monitoring system that performs time-series measurement of Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Methane (CH4) and Oxygen (O2) in freshwater environments.

Drager QuadGard - Gas Monitoring System

by Rhys International Ltd.     based in Greater Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

QuadGard is a state-of-the-art microprocessor-driven 4-channel gas monitoring system in one wall mount enclosure. The system can be customized to the specific application requirements. It is fully configurable for all types of transmitters and gases, using the on-board push buttons. The easy to use menu structure is password protected. The gas ...

Model A²M 4000 - Radioactivity and Gas Monitoring System

by Sarad GmbH     based in Dresden, GERMANY

Monitoring of potentially endangered areas by radioactivity (gamma/aerosols) as well as toxic and combustible gases. The unit contains a GPS receiver and a wireless network interface. This allows to implement a temporary safety network in next to no time.


Statox - Model 501 PID - Stationary Gas Detectors

by Compur Monitors GmbH & Co. KG     based in München, GERMANY

PIDs (Photo – Ionisation – Detectors) detect VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) in the ppm range, which other sensor types are unable to monitor, like solvents and fuels. A PID sensor uses high energy ultra violet light radiation to break gas molecules into radicals, which are discharged while passing a condenser. The discharge current ...

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