Crowcon showing the latest developments in gas detection technology at Health and Safety Expo 2012
Gas detection specialist Crowcon is showing its latest developments in gas detection technology at the Health and Safety Expo in Birmingham this May. Among the new products on show will be the Gas-Pro portable confined space entry (CSE) gas detector. 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 a tri-colour status indicator.
(Caption: Crowcon’s Gas-Pro confined space entry gas detector)
Crowcon will also be showing a number of other new gas detection products, including an un-powered gas test unit for the Tetra 3 portable gas detector, which utilises the functionality of the Tetra 3 to carry out a simple and fast gas test in a matter of minutes.
In addition, the IRmax infrared (IR) flammable gas detector will be on display. Unlike conventional IR gas detectors, IRmax does not use heaters to prevent condensation on windows and mirrors. Instead, its optical components are treated with a highly durable hydrophobic coating called STAY-CLIR that completely prevents signal faults due to condensation. The IRmax is also available with the HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) Communication Protocol, a global standard for sending and receiving digital information across analog wires between smart devices and control or monitoring systems
All these new products, as well as Crowcon’s existing range of state-of-the-art gas detection products, can be found in Hall 1, stand number F80. Crowcon’s experts will also be on hand to answer any gas-safety related questions.