hazardous gas detector News

  • Apply proper gas-detector technology to hazards

    Inadvertent toxic or combustible gas releases present safety challenges in many industries and can create hazardous situations. Detecting unwanted gas releases should be an objective for decreasing the hazards to workers, equipment, and surrounding areas. Risks from gas leaks can take on many forms, and there are three main types of gas hazards: combustible, toxic, and oxygen (O2) depletion. ...

  • Casella CEL gains RAE Systems’ high-level service status

    Casella CEL is now a ‘Level 2’ authorised Service Centre as well as an official distributor for RAE Systems’ world-renowned gas detection monitors and photoionisation detectors (PIDs), so that it now offers a full support service to customers. All Level 2 Service Centres must have: Staff who have attended and completed training at levels 1 and 2 at RAE Systems Europe’s ...


    By Casella

  • Casella joins forces with RAE systems

    Casella CEL has signed a new distributorship agreement for RAE Systems world-renowned gas detection monitors, so expanding its extensive portfolio of innovative workplace noise, dust and vapours monitoring equipment. RAEs products perfectly complement Casella CELs wide-ranging expertise in the field of gas detection with a full range of portable gas detectors for personal monitoring of toxic and ...


    By Casella

  • Do You Know the Importance of bump testing & calibration?

    Gas detection technology has developed rapidly, bringing with it the introduction of “maintenance free” gas detectors. As a result, gas detection users have become more reliant on the sensor lasting longer, assuming that the gas detector will work properly without routine calibration. However, this isn’t the case – the only way to verify a gas detector is fully functioning ...


    By a1-cbiss

  • Det-Tronics gt3000 toxic gas detector family receives atex approval

    Minneapolis, MN (May 4, 2010) — Detector Electronics Corporation (Det-Tronics) GT3000 Toxic Gas Detectors have received ATEX hazardous location and performance certification (http://gt3000.det-tronics.com). In addition, GT3000 Toxic Gas Detectors are FM, CSA, CE, and IECEx certified and have earned the IP66 rating. Det-Tronics is part of UTC Fire & Security, a unit of United ...

  • Preventative Maintenance: Proactive not Reactive

    Imagine one alarm or sensor failing and the whole process having to shut down whilst you wait for a service engineer call out. Can you afford to work around an unexpected plant shut down? There’s no doubt that during your gas detectors life cycle each component will need attention at different stages. The sensors will need routine calibration, replacement and frequent testing – and ...


    By a1-cbiss

  • Senscient ELDS™ Open Path Gas Detectors receive CSA & BASEEFA hazardous area certifications

    League City, TX – Senscient received two certifications this June for its ELDS Open Path Gas Detectors (OPGD) in potentially explosive or hazardous environments. Both CSA and BASEEFA certificates apply to ELDS 2000 and 1000 Series detector transmitter and receiver units. The Certificate of Compliance from independent product testing and certification organization CSA International ...


    By Senscient Inc

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