GAS DETECTORS

Market

Gas Detector A Market Leader in industrial toxic-corrosive gas detector.

A wide range of fixed and portable gas detectors which covers multiple detection principles. Used in petrochemicals, oil and gas, marine, and other hazardous industrial environments.

Also manufactures gas detectors for residential use.

  • Residential & Industrial Gas Alarms.
  • Portable Gas & Odour SensorsPortable Gas & Odour Sensors.
  • Type of detection varies between detectors (Toxic,Multi -detectors).
our Product

Used By Semiconductor Plants, Cleanrooms, Emergency Response AndLaboratories Worldwide.

ChemLogic 8 Continuous Gas Detection System

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ChemLogic 96-Point Continuous Monitor

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ChemLogic Portable X (CLPx)

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DOD64 FTIR Gas Detection System

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