New confined space entry gas detector from Crowcon at Safety and Health Expo 2011
Gas detection specialist Crowcon is showing its new portable Gas-Pro confined space entry (CSE) gas detector at the Safety and Health Expo in Birmingham this May. Specifically designed for CSE work, the Gas-Pro has application-driven features that include a top-mount display, internal pump, detection of up to five gases simultaneously, and +ve Safety – an innovative, tri-colour status indicator flexible enough to fit differing regulations.
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(Caption: Crowcon’s Gas-Pro confined space entry gas detector).
Crowcon will also be showing a number of other new gas detection products, including the IRmax infrared (IR) hydrocarbon fixed gas detector and the LaserMethane® mini Gen2 (LMm) portable methane detector.
The IRmax is an ultra-compact IR gas detector which delivers rapid, fail-safe detection of hydrocarbon gases with very low power consumption. Far smaller and lighter than comparable IR detectors, the IRmax is easy to install in even the most inaccessible locations.
The ATEX approved, second generation LMm is designed to detect methane at distance of up to 100 metres in seconds and has turned what used to be a time consuming and potentially hazardous procedure into now quick and easy one.
All these products, as well as Crowcon’s existing range of state-of-the-art gas detection products, can be found in Hall 2, stand number T22. Crowcon’s experts will also be on hand to answer any gas-safety related questions.