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  • Crowcon’s I-Test Ensures Gas Detectors are compliant

    Bump testing & calibration station tests and verifies Crowcon Gas-Pro detectors The new Crowcon I-Test bump testing and calibration station is designed specifically to test and verify that Crowcon’s Gas-Pro portable gas detectors are in a compliant state. Bump testing (gas testing) standards globally are becoming ever-stricter and the demands on fleet managers to control bump ...

  • Sensor+Test 2015 - From 19th to 21st of May, 2015 / Nuernberg, Germany

    LED Microsensor NT will exhibit its new mid-infrared components with special glass covering and new methane sensor - MDS-4. This special glass covering allows obtaining higher accuracy in different gas, liquids and solids sensing and analysis applications. We will be glad to meet you at our booth #12-505 More information about Sensor+Test 2015 expo: ...


    By LED Microsensor NT

  • Mustang to Add Sensors' ECOSTAR System to Its Test Cell Product Portfolio

    Sensors, Inc., the leading manufacturer of in‐use emissions test equipment, is pleased to announce that Mustang Advanced Engineering, a leading supplier of advanced testing and measurement systems, has added the SEMTECH ECOSTAR to its test cell products portfolio. The ECOSTAR system is a new range of modular gaseous and particulate measurement devices that meet worldwide ...


    By Sensors, Inc.

  • The new Conex® DIA G Gas leakage monitoring system with intelligent sensors

    Gasdetect 308, the unbeatable leakage monitoring system for chlorine, chlorine dioxide, ozone, ammonia and hydrochloric acid, is equipped with a range of functions that provides users with optimum safety combined with minimum labour input. Special features include automatic sensor recognition, automatic sensor test cycles and failsafe relays. The new potentiostatic gas sensors for Gasdetect 308 ...


  • Gas sensors `see` through soil to analyze microbial interactions

    Rice University researchers have developed gas biosensors to “see” into soil and allow them to follow the behavior of the microbial communities within. In a study in the American Chemical Society’s journal Environmental Science and Technology, the Rice team described using genetically engineered bacteria that release ...


    By Rice University

  • Sensors & Systems #26

    Breaking news - OCTIO announces integration of Aanderaa sensors for environmental monitoring The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Aanderaa Data Instruments partner in new research project to monitor oil and gas releases in the Gulf of Mexico and Florida Keys Multi-sensor arrays detect light hydrocarbons and oxygen depletions associated with ...

  • Crowcon I-Test & I-Test Manager

    I-Test is Crowcon’s newest solution to test and verify that your Gas-Pro is in a compliant state for you to carry out your daily work.  Bump testing standards are getting tighter in all regions and the need for the control of the bump and calibration ...

  • Belkin Unveils Echo Sensor Technology for Intelligent Use of Water, Energy and Natural Gas Resources

    Belkin, a trusted leader of technology solutions for office, classroom, IT infrastructure, and mobile environments, today introduced Echo, an advanced sensor technology system for ...

  • Designing drift-free and reliable NDIR gas sensors using modulated infrared sources

    Axetris IR sources are based on the proprietary thin film technology from Axetris, and deliver exceptional performance when electrically modulated in the 5-100 Hz range. This feature can help NDIR gas sensor designers achieve drift-free operation, combined with increased reliability and lifetime. Here we present qualitative conclusions (see table) based on multiple years of internal performance ...


    By Axetris Ag

  • New Gas Generator to check personal Gas Detectors

    Personnel working in chemical plants protect themselves with personal gas detectors from gas exposure. Gas leaks are very unlikely to occur, so the gas detector will always display „0“. An instrument displaying zero can do so for two reasons: a) The concentration is zero. b) The instrument is defective. For good reasons a daily check of the instrument is mandatory. It would ...

  • Bump testing doesn’t have to be a headache

    There are many reasons why a portable gas detector may not to react to gas, some of which may not be evident to the user. The safest way to make sure a gas monitor is working at its optimum is to regularly test the unit. This is known as a gas or ‘bump’ test. The following scenario highlights the importance of bump testing: Peter works at a local oil refinery and arrives on site in ...

  • SST Sensing Launch New Generation of Sensor

    SST Sensing are launching a number of new and improved gas sensors at this  year’s World of Technology and Science exhibition in Holland. The new products fall into three new ranges. Firstly, versatile single gas analysers with interface electronics offering various outputs, either as an integrated solution or ...


    By SST Sensing Ltd

  • Edinburgh Sensors product of choice for TOC monitoring

    Edinburgh Sensors is pleased to announce its sensors are now being integrated into a number of systems for Total Organic Carbon (TOC) measurement. A number of key global players have adopted Edinburgh Sensors products into their applications and as interest continues, Edinburgh Sensors are becoming the product of choice.   Total Organic Carbon represents a measure of the amount ...


    By Edinburgh Instruments Ltd

  • New Multi-Threat Portable Gas-Detection Monitors Now Available Following Extensive Field Testing

    RAE Systems Inc. today announced its new portable MultiRAE instruments with unmatched sensor versatility have been field tested in responder, government and industrial environments, and are now available worldwide. The new MultiRAE monitors reliably give safety professionals unprecedented visibility and control of chemical and radiation threat data to enhance safety for workers, responders and ...


    By RAE Systems by Honeywell

  • Gas hazards in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries

    Although flammable and toxic gas hazards are generally well understood by operators, technicians and safety personnel in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries, continuous training and refreshment of knowledge is essential to avoid potential incidents caused by complacency. New personnel are often assigned work activities in potentially hazardous areas with only very limited training about gas ...

  • PetroSense line of revolutionary optical hydrocarbon sensors

    FCI Environmental, Inc., the manufacturer of the PetroSense line of revolutionary optical hydrocarbon sensors, announced the introduction of their real time TPH (and BTEX in particular) monitors. The PetroSentry system offers both a portable spot-check and a continuous monitoring solutions for detecting and monitoring the presence of BTEX in water. ...


    By PetroSense, Inc

  • New Oxygen Sensor Makes Calibration Quick and Easy

    ORMOND BEACH, Fla. - CO2Meter.com has introduced a new 25% Oxygen Level Sensor designed to drastically lower maintenance costs by simplifying the calibration process. Oxygen sensors are used in any environment where oxygen depletion can occur. This includes liquid nitrogen storage ("cryorooms"), vacuum test chambers, "permit-required" enclosed spaces, or any workplace that ...


    By CO2 Meter, Inc.

  • Sensors, Inc. and AP2E Announce Distribution Agreement

    Sensors, Inc., the leading manufacturer of in-use emissions test equipment, and AP2E, experts in environmental quality control, industrial process optimization, and laser based analytical measurement technology, are pleased to announce that the two companies have signed a global distribution agreement covering products incorporating AP2E technology for the engine emission market. Effective ...


    By Sensors, Inc.

  • The Heat Shield: Guarding your sensors against overheating

    Instruments installed in open plants such as gas detectors, smoke detectors or other instrumentation are often located in places where they are exposed to direct sunlight. When planning a new plant it is nearly impossible to predict in which location an instrument will be exposed to sunlight. Radiant heat from the sun will warm up instrument housings made of metal or dark material in a very short ...

  • Researchers say space sensors good for terrestrial use

    Scientists at the European Space Agency (ESA) have announced that miniaturised ceramic gas sensors have found a new niche, and it's not in space. These sensors are used for measuring oxygen levels for spacecraft re-entry vehicles. But a group of experts in space technology have shown that the smaller sensors can be used to strengthen heater combustion control, as well as to improve human breath ...

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