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GAS DETECTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

In this page you will find any additional information on gas detection such as the different sensor technologies, gas detector calibration and maintenance, calibration gas to calibrating and bump testing and any particular case and information on gas detection.

gas detection additional information

GAS DETECTION SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

gas detection sensor technology: different types of gas sensorsOne or several sensor technologies are available for each gas to ensure measurements accuracy. The 5 major gas detection sensor technologies are: catalytic, electrochemical, semiconductor, infrared absorption and photoionization lamp(PID sensor) sensors…See gas detection sensors


GAS DETECTOR MAINTENANCE & CALIBRATION

Gas detection devices maintenance and calibrationRegardless of the gas sensor type (catalytic, infrared, electrochemical, semiconductor or photoionization), it is essential to periodically control the proper operation of sensors with regular calibrations and bump testsSee gas detector maintenance


CALIBRATION GAS

calibration gas for gas detection devicesIn order to perform calibration, periodical checking and bump test of gas detectors or other devices (chromatograph, gas analyzer, breathalyzer, MAP…) we offer a wide range of calibration gas in disposable calibration gas cylinders that are compliant with the ISO6142 standard…See calibration gas


VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS DETECTION (VOC)

gas detection and monitoring of volatile organic compounds VOCs – volatile organic compounds – it a category that names a very large group of gases. VOCs include many pollutant, toxic or even carcinogenic substances. Because of their volatile nature, they easily spread into the atmosphere. It is thus highly recommended to monitor these substances…See VOC detection


FREON GAS – REFRIGERANT LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM

gas detection for freon gas or refrigerant leak detection systemHalogenated hydrocarbons (CFC and HCFC groups), alkenes (HFO) and almost any refrigerant gas are regulated under specific standards that limit (or forbid) their use. These regulations also enforce requirements to implement a refrigerant gas detection systemSee refrigerant gas detection


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