Silicon Valley gas-detection manufacturer recognized for its leading market growth and product innovation
March 28, 2013
RAE Systems, Inc., a leading provider of toxic-gas and radiation monitoring solutions, today announced it has received the prestigious Frost & Sullivan Global Leadership Award for gas detection, based on the global research organization’s independent market research.
The search for new energy sources including shale gas, fracking, offshore drilling, land-based drilling and remote drilling requires faster, more easily deployable 24/7 safety/risk mitigation solutions that real-time gas detection and VOC monitoring provides.
RAE Systems Inc. today announced its latest wireless gas-detection monitoring instruments are now available to first-response organizations participating in the Hazardous Incident Response Equipment (HIRE) agreement.
Detcon’s rugged new CXT-Series wireless gas detection sensors are designed for use in heavy industrial environments and especially suitable for mobile applications. These “environmentally bulletproof” field devices include fully encapsulated sensor electronics housed in a stainless steel enclosure, thereby eliminating potential damage that may be caused from water ingress and vibration.
While few were aware of it, sports fans in Detroit attending the 2005 Super Bowl XL, or the Major League Baseball All-Star game that same year, or the two 2012 World Series’ games held at Comerica Park in October had an added layer of protection to thwart anyone from concealing dangerous industrial chemicals or deploying the likes of a “dirty bomb.”
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Among the articles in the April 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we get some expert advice on how to strengthen safety by emphasizing equipment reliability, discuss the methods that really work to identify hazards, consider ergonomic options in the materials handling industry, and much more.