Ever wondered how our hydrogen sensors fit into the hydrogen economy? This case study tackles this question, diving into our latest project with Creo International. Here we dive into who Creo Intl. are, why they need gas detection and our detectably better solution for the hydrogen energy industry. Creo representatives will also tell us what they think of our solution.
Recently, IGD collaborated with Jigsaw Controls on a project that saw the need for a standalone gas detector transmitter in an ATEX zone 1 potentially flammable atmosphere. Jigsaw Controls client required a continuous gas monitor to detect for methane and hydrogen sulphide in habitat shelters. IGD’s solution was to provide our advanced TOCSIN 903-X5 dual gas detector transmitter in this area, allowing for safe working in an environment that would otherwise be hazardous. Read on to find out more.
One of our most recent projects includes the implementation of our PID Gas Monitors for a fume extraction company known as Climavent. Their client required these PID detectors in their fume extraction systems to check the state of the carbon filters. Issues with current devices led to the widely successful implementation of IGD’s PID gas monitors, improving the safety of their team, and opening the doors for further opportunities to enhance Climavents gas safety. Read on below for more detail about how the Climavent team became detectably better in their gas safety.
IGD recently provided detectably better N2O gas detectors to the NHS. Issues of high-level N2O leakage across the service led to concern among safety management, especially due to its prevalence across the NHS. They were looking for a reliable and high-quality N2O gas detector solution to prevent these leaks and found that IGD was best suited to provide this. Read below to find out more about this project.
IGD were recently approached by a cement manufacturing company to implement Hydrogen Chloride gas detectors within their facility. Time was of the essence as they needed to begin the works on site shortly. IGD were able to meet the deadline and provide them with a detectably better solution. Our solution of the 750X and the TOC-635 PLUS met their requirements and provided them with a reliable gas safety system to ensure the safety of their team. Read on below to find out more.
IGD and Coup are proud to release details for the recently won contract to upgrade a flammable gas detector system for DPO in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Our distributor and partnership with Coup meant we successfully won the international tender using our ground-breaking addressable systems. DPO provide public transport buses across the Czech Republic, all powered by CNG gas (Compressed Natural Gas). These buses are maintained and repaired across 3 different locations, thus a large supply of CNG gas detectors was needed. Read on to find out more about the application and the solution IGD and Coup was able to supply for DPO, including our world’s most poison resistant pellistor based flammable gas detector.
Recently IGD won a massive project to supply Robinsons Brewery with iGAS portable CO2 monitors from Senko. Unreliability and complexity of their current devices meant IGD could step in to provide a detectably better solution for Robinsons. We are proud to help a family-run, local brewery such as Robinsons enhance their safety by providing brand new portable CO2 monitors, going above and beyond to help keep their staff safe. Read on below to find out more about how we helped Robinsons to become detectably better in their gas safety.
IGD recently supplied Phosgene detectors to a pharmaceutical company in the UK, helping them in mitigating their Phosgene gas hazards. Our effective Phosgene Detector provided the client with everything they needed and ended up being a detectably better for their application. Read this case study to find out more about this unique gas hazard for pharmaceutical applications.
International Gas Detectors (IGD) recently completed a large gas detection project in partnership with Medical Pipelines Services Ltd. The Manchester Engineering Campus Development, for the University of Manchester, is the UK’s largest engineering campus with over three hundred (300+) IGD TOC-750 addressable gas detectors protecting staff and students 24/7. Read our case study to learn more on how we helped University of Manchester protect staff and students 24/7 from gas leaks.