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Critical Environment Technologies Canada Introduces GEM Multipurpose Self-Contained Gas Detector

Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI) officially launches GEM multipurpose, self-contained gas detector to add to their growing product line.

GEM is a Gas Emissions Monitor that is economical for non-hazardous commercial applications. Applications include, but are not limited to, parking garages, repair shops, arenas, and manufacturing plants. It is available in one or two channel configurations accommodating accurate “smart” sensors. Features include CSA/UL/CE certifications, integral and/or remote sensors, two 5-amp dry contact relays,4-20 mA linear output signal, and optional 4-digit LED display. It includes new sensor CEF (Calibration Extending Firmware) that takes into account the aging of the sensors so that less frequent calibrations are acceptable in non-critical applications.

Every CETCI product is designed to deliver years of reliable operation and is easy to operate.

Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI) is a leading global supplier of gas detection systems, including self-contained systems, controllers and transmitters, and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) portable instruments. Applications include commercial, institutional, municipal and light industrial markets worldwide. Many of these applications are for vehicle exhaust, but areas of specialization include refrigeration plants, commercial swimming pools, water purification, arenas, wineries and breweries, waste water treatment and many more. Ongoing product development ensures that CETCI’s equipment is at the leading edge of a rapidly evolving technology.

CETCI gas detectors are used to detect many different gases. Some of the most common are Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Nitric Oxide, Ammonia, Chlorine, Ozone, Combustible Gases like Methane and Propane, Oxygen, Refrigerants and more.

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