Gas Detection

Gas detection equipment’s are used in a wide variety of applications and industries including automotive, chemical industries, landfills, steel industries, hospitals, mining, public utilities, food processing, research institutes, universities, and wherever the protection of life and property is needed.

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Electrochemical sensors or cells are most commonly used in the detection of toxic gases like carbon monoxide, chlorine and nitrogen oxides. They function via electrodes signals when a gas is detected. … The sensitive film reacts with gases, triggering the device when toxic levels are present.

There are four basic types of portable gas sensors: Catalytic combustion, Electrochemical, Infrared (IR), Photoionization detectors (PID) When any of these sensors sense gas, the electronics will change the sensor output into a reading on the display showing the level of gas exposure.

Fixed gas detection systems are installed with the aim of providing continuous, area and personnel protection around the clock. These detection systems are designed to alert workers of the potential danger of poisoning by toxic gas exposure, asphyxiation due to lack of oxygen or explosion caused by combustible gases.

Portable gas detection refers to gas detectors which are worn or carried by an individual. Typically, battery operated, portable monitors are used for toxic or combustible gas detection, as well as for oxygen deficiency monitoring in confined spaces.