Teledyne GMI Increases Gas Detection Capabilities with Introduction of Improved GT-Fire

We are pleased to introduce the improved GT-Fire, an innovative, hand-held solution designed for the fire industry to help isolate gas leaks quicker and easier than before.

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After normal evacuation procedures are complete, the GT-Fire portable gas detector enables firefighters to conduct more specific leak detection investigations while they wait for gas utility companies to arrive. With this, firefighters have additional information to secure a scene more effectively.

With increased sensitivity and flexible probe, firefighters have enhanced capabilities within a single instrument, meaning they can react faster and with more knowledge. The large backlit display provides meaningful and accurate data, giving them confidence and assurance at the scene.

GT-Fire is equipped with technology to read both flammable (PPM & LEL) gases, oxygen (O2), carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) can be added if required. The ergonomic design of GT-Fire allows for leak detection in the toughest spaces and provides visual and audible alerts during investigation. When the job is done, firefighters can quickly generate reports with easy access to instrument data.

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