Hazardous Gas Detection
Articles & Whitepapers
New Exposure Limits For Diisocyanates
The European Commission have announced a proposal to introduce their first-ever workplace exposure limit for Dissocyanates. Diisocyanates describe various chemicals that are often grouped based on their common properties, and which can cause respiratory diseases like asthma. The Commission’s impact assessment estimates that currently, 4.2 million workers in the EU are exposed to ...
Portable Gas Detectors：You Need To Know
Generally speaking, gas detectors are mainly divided into two categories, stationary gas detectors or portable gas detectors. Both types use various gas sensor technologies to detect gas or vapor ...
Simple solutions for flammable refrigerant gases
If you are a user or supplier of refrigeration equipment to the European market you will be very aware of the progressing legislation driving the transition to refrigerant gases with a lower Global Warming Potential (GWP). The European legislation ...
Equipment & Solutions
Fixed Toxic Gas Detector
When hazardous levels of toxic gases or oxygen threaten the safety of an unclassified area, the CTX 300 detector can satisfy the most demanding safety requirements. The CTX 300 detector is designed to detect oxygen, toxic and refrigerant gases, and also uses a new sensor for CO2 detection over three different ranges: 0-5000 ppm, 0-5% vol. and 0-100% vol. The CTX 300 transmits data in ...