Crowcon Detection Instruments, a firm based in Oxfordshire in the UK, is planning to showcase its new product, Gas-Pro confined space entry gas detector at the A+A 2011, which is to be held in Düsseldorf from October 18 to 21.
It includes a number of special features, such as a tri-color status indicator, five gas capability, an internal pump and a top-mount display, all of which make it perfect for confined spaces. Crowcon would also exhibit its other new products such as the ATEX approved LaserMethane mini Gen2 (LMm) portable methane detector and the IRmax infrared (IR) hydrocarbon fixed gas detector.
The IRmax is a highly compact IR gas detector which offers speedy and foolproof detection of hydrocarbon gases, consuming very low power. The IRmax with its ultra compact size and ease of installation is suitable for even inaccessible locations, and is highly versatile because of its remote display features. The second generation LMm with a design capable of detecting methane even from a distance of 100 meters within seconds, has changed a potentially hazardous and time consuming procedure into an easy and a quick one.
These products would be seen at stand number B32 in Hall 5 of the exhibition along with Crowcon’s other gas detection products. Experts from Crowcon would also be present for giving replies to queries regarding gas-safety.