Portable gas detectors play a vital role in industry and research by protecting personnel from unpredictable gas hazards as they move from place to place. In this article, we’re looking at why portable gas detectors are often an essential part of any gas detection strategy.
IGD are proud to announce that we are further extending the sensor range in the Mpower portable products. Our partnership with Mpower and the new sensor additions, now extend our portfolio of portable
detection into various industries sectors that we couldn’t before.
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.
When it comes to portable gas sensors, you can either obtain a maintainable or maintenance free detector. There is a big debate in the industry discussing which type of portable gas sensor is best, with every company having having a different opinion and offering a different option. This can understandably become confusing when purchasing portable gas sensor. Thus, this article aims to discuss the pros and cons of maintainable and maintenance free portable gas sensors to help establish which is the ultimate option for portable detection. Read on to find out more about this, including the best portable gas sensor options available on the market.
Many gases used in research and industry can pose a significant risk for asphyxiation, explosion, and risk of poisoning. Gas detectors are often the first line of defence for these dangers, but selecting the right gas detector for your application can be a challenge. In this article we are going to focus on portable gas monitors.
There is a wide range of hardware for gas monitoring on the market, including detectors that can detect single or multiple gases. This article will outline the benefits of UNI gas detectors and the applications they are suited to.