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    Every customer scenario demands a different, customized approach, and Teledyne Gas & Flame Detection applies expertise in building the right plan for the right hazards every time. Our complete...
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    KWJ Engineering has been an industry leading provider of cutting edge sensor and instrument solutions for gas detection needs since 1993. Founded by Ken Johnson, an industry pioneer for over 60 years,...
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    PemTech Offers customer service for a full range of toxic and combustible gas sensors, monitors and analyzers. Our gas detection sensors are microprocessor based modular design using latest in digital...
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    International Gas Detectors (IGD) develops, manufacture and market a complete range of gas detection products to protect people and plant against gas hazards in industry, research and commercial...
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    The TGS 825 has high sensitivity to hydrogen sulfide. The sensor can detect concentrations of hydrogen sulfide as low as 5ppm, making it ideal for application in gas leak detection.
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    The nanotechnology enabled and patented TTI R-series sensor for H2S is a 3-electrode system with pin connections (for working, reference, and counter electrodes).
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    Model PT295-H2S is a microprocessor-based sensor designed to detect hydrogen sulfide in parts per million (ppm) level. The unit features easy one-man calibration initiated by simply activating a...
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    Whether you're just getting started with gas detection or have specific questions about how to take your program to the next level, we're ready to help you plan a course of action and get you...
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    The High Range Model 1000 Gas Analyzer is used for continuously and accurately detecting hydrogen sulfide in gas concentrations.
  • News - 7 Jun 2018
    Most people wish they could do a quick “breath check” prior to a crucial meeting or date. Scientists have now developed a sensor capable of detecting tiny quantities of hydrogen sulfide...

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