Gas Detection Systems

Toxic Gas Monitoring.

Gas monitoring is widely used to detect the presence of a gas, which may cause a hazard, or the absence of a desirable gas. Gas monitoring is broadly split into three categories.

  • Combustible gases and vapours
  • Toxic gases
  • Oxygen deficiency or excess

Combustible gases and vapours.

A wide range of gases can form a combustible mixture with air. Modern combustible gas detectors are designed to detect for the presence of a build up of a combustible gas long before it presents a hazard to personnel or plant and equipment. Combustible gases can be normally present due to a range of industrial or domestic processes

  • Petrochemical process industries
  • Gas pipelines
  • Gas pumping stations
  • Gas processing
  • Gas Storage
  • Gas Bottling
  • Heating plant
  • Battery charging stations
  • Boiler plant
  • Engine plant
  • Power generation
  • Gas turbines
  • Landfill sites
  • Bio gas generators

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