H2S Detectors
Fixed Detectors
  • 3detcon model series 700 gas detection sensor
  • Water-proof
  • Corrosion-proof
  • Vibration-proof
  • The gas detector sensor elements are all plug-in components and can easily be replaced in the field. Operator interface is non-intrusive via a small handheld magnet. Configuration and Routine calibration is intuitive and menu driven with fully Scripted instructions


Personal Detectors
  • Units reconfigured to customer requirement for low and high alarm









Bump Test Equipment For H2S Personal Detector Units
  • For integrity and reliability check
  • Collects data from personal detectors







Multi-Gas Detectors
  • Integral concussion-proof boot
  • Optional integral motorized pump option for remote sampling
  • Triple alarm (audible, visual, vibrating)
  • Four alarm levels- low, high, twa, stel
  • Data logging models store and recall event information
  • Full function self-test confirms sensor, battery, circuitry integrity and audible/visual alarms on activation


Hand Pump Sampling Device
  • Graduated shafts have markings for 50ml and 100ml volumes and stroke counter, end-of-flow indicator, simple tube-tip breaker and glass tip holder









AreaRAE Steel Gas Monitor
  • Ruggedized wireless multi-gas monitoring
  • The areaRAE steel is an atex-certified multi gas, wireless monitor. Housed in a welded stainless-steel enclosure, it is rugged, portable and weather-resistant, making it suitable for harsh environments. Ideal for hazardous materials and other emergency response monitoring applications, strategically placed areaRAE steel monitors can be used to quickly establish a perimeter, allowing first responders to back off to a safe position and monitor readings from up to 3 kilometers away. AreaRAEsteel is fully supported by the proRAE guardian software platform.
  • The photo ionization detector (pid) in the areaRAE steel can measure parts per million of volatile organic compounds (vocs). In addition, it can be equipped with a lower explosive limit (lel) sensor, an oxygen sensor, and one or two electrochemical toxic sensors for measuring specific substances such as hydrogen sulfide or chlorine