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Gas Detection Solutions for Your Industry

Find the right gas detectors and software solutions for your industry to maximize safety, efficiency, and productivity.


Chemical Plant

At a chemical plant, workers can be exposed to any number of gases: LEL, O2, NH3, CO, Cl2, H2, HCL, H2S, NO, NO2, PH3, or SO2.

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Fire and Emergency Response

Gas-related risks are common for fire departments and emergency response teams. 

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Food and Beverage

From cleaning vats and pits to fermenting and carbonating, the food and beverage industry has its own unique gas hazards. 

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At the scene of a hazardous materials incident, first responders are responsible for protecting lives, property, and the environment

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Pulp and Paper

The same paper mills that create harmless household products have serious hazards in the production process.

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Utility workers face hazards every time they go to work. Evacuations, cable installation and repairs, and sewage or electrical line inspections are just some of the ways that workers can find themselves at risk of exposure to gas hazards. 

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Mining is a broad industry that covers the extraction of diverse materials from the ground, ranging from coal to metals and non-metals like salt or sand. 

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Energy Production and Distribution

Working in energy production and distribution can expose you to a variety of hazards – including explosions and fires due to flammable gases, falls from high platforms or equipment, confined space entry, and more. 

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Steel Manufacturing

The hazards workers face in iron and steel manufacturing are varied, but always demanding. 

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Industrial Scientific has definitely made our company safer. Knowing what our personnel are being exposed to and being able to react to those exposures quickly and effectively makes this program worth the investment, which is what it is—an investment in the safety of our employees and contractors.
Global health and safety manager,

leading pulp and paper manufacturer

I’m thankful that with Industrial Scientific, we have all of our gas detection information in one central system. We don’t need to use different systems to access historical and live data anymore. Having iNet, we have a reliable system for real-time readings and historical readings for investigations.
Health and safety leader,

leading refinery