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.
IGD are happy to announce that we are now approved to the BS EN 61010 and UL 61010 standards for our 750 series of control panels and gas detectors. This standard ensures clients will not be subject to any hazards caused by electronic equipment, such as electric shock or burn and radiation when using our system. Thus, supplying clients with the highest standard of safety for their gas detection solution. Read on below to find out more about this standard.
Addressable is often seen as being complex; this is a common myth and does not match up to the simplicity of the system and plethora of benefits that addressable gas detectors can offer. This article explores these features and benefits of addressable gas detection, in particular with IGD, demonstrating how we can enhance your safety with detectably better addressable gas detectors. Read below to find out more.
Fixed flammable gas sensors play a vital role in industry; keeping personnel safe and protecting vital assets. And when searching for a flammable gas sensor, it can be overwhelming with the number of choices available on the market. This blog post gives you a run down of the top 10 features of our latest flammable gas sensor, the MK8 pellistor, helping you in choosing the best solution for your team and business. Read on below to find out more.
International Gas Detectors Ltd have designed and released a new standard for flammable gas detection, the MK8 pellistor gas detector. The MK8 pellistor gas detector combines over 65 years of pellistor engineering with reliability and tested performance to provide clients with the most accurate, poison resistant pellistor based gas detector in the world. This advance in pellistor gas detector design demonstrates IGD’s commitment, innovation and capability. Read our article below to find out how the MK8 is setting a new standard for flammable gas detection.
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.
As a lot of our readers may have seen in our PID and VOC articles, we frequently mention the terms ‘sputtering’ and ‘humidity’ and their effects on a PID sensor. But what does sputtering mean? And how exactly do these have a negative effect on the performance of a PID? This article aims to answer these questions, detailing these issues and how IGD has managed to negate them from our PID sensors.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are very widely used in industry and represent a significant hazard to human health. In this blog post, we take a look at what VOCs are, their role in industry, and the importance of VOC detectors for maintaining industrial hygiene.
Hydrogen is a clear, odourless and colourless gas. It is the most simple and abundant element in the world and can be used as a pure gas (H2) or combined with numerous other substances to form compounds- many of which we heavily rely on today…
There are so many processes and labels for hydrogen, so it can be confusing what they refer to. Hydrogen labelled by colour refers to the hydrogen production methods used. In this blog post, we will focus on blue and green hydrogen as these are the most renowned methods of producing hydrogen. However, hearing of grey, brown, yellow, turquoise, or even pink hydrogen is not uncommon.
Hydrogen (H2) has become a popular choice for use in the industrial sector in recent decades, but the demand for it has increased and looks set to continue. With high demand for hydrogen comes a need for more reliable and readily available hydrogen gas detection systems. In this post, we will discuss how hydrogen gas is used, the importance of hydrogen gas detection and what options are available.