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This year, gas detection industry worldwide revenues reached $2.2 billion, showing the huge growth and sophistication of the industry. A recent industry poll by Honeywell Company City Technology shows that reliability is the most important factor driving purchasing decisions in the global gas detection industry.
Detcon, an IST company, is pleased to announce that the Model X40 NEMA 4X alarm and control system has received cTUVus NRTL certification for non-hazardous locations. The rugged, power-efficient controller, designed to monitor gas detection sensors and a wide range of other ﬁeld devices, can receive and supervise 4-20mA or RS-485 field device inputs.
Simtronics, an IST Company, is pleased to announce the GD10 infrared combustible and carbon dioxide gas detectors have successfully satisfied all requirements for HART Communication Foundation’s Quality Assurance and Device Registration, Version 7.
Detcon, an IST company, is pleased to announce that its CXT-Series SmartWireless® gas detectors are now cCSAus - Class I, Division 1 approved. Available in two versions the CXT-IR is equipped with an infrared sensor for monitoring combustible hydrocarbons and the CXT-DM is fitted with an electrochemical sensor for monitoring toxic gases and oxygen.
Industrial Scientific is pleased to announce that more than 100,000 gas monitors are now operating on iNet®. The unique Gas Detection as a Service solution helps companies around the world keep their workers safer by providing visibility into gas detector alarms, exposure, and usage.
Industrial Scientific announced today that it was named the Advanced Manufacturing Company of the Year in the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Tech 50 Awards. The annual awards program recognizes southwestern Pennsylvania’s most successful, innovative and thought-leading companies and executives.
New RAE Systems gamma radiation detectors deliver remote real-time threat monitoring for enhanced organizational safety
Changing industry regulations and major global industrial disasters have driven organizational safety officers to seek plant-wide gas and radiation detection solutions that allow them to make the time-critical safety decisions that can save lives and assets.
The new compact RECON-IS Series personal gas detectors are approved intrinsically safe and feature a large easy-to-read LCD. Instruments are available for monitoring CO, H2S, or O2.