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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.

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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. A photoionization detector (PID) checks volatile organic compounds (VOCs) before tank entry. 

Workers at chemical plants generally need multi-gas monitors, depending on what gas hazards may be present at the time. Although it is important to consider the safety of people on your site, you also need to keep in mind the community around your chemical facility. During an unplanned chemical release, you need to know which gases are being released and where. Nearby communities could be in danger if they are exposed to hazards from your plant.

Whether you are inside or outside of a chemical plant, the right gas detection equipment can help maintain a safe environment. Our wireless multi-gas detectors with live monitoring provide real-time data for the chemical industry, making in-plant safety more proactive. We ensure equipment is user-friendly and eliminate the need for IT setup, so you can have it running in a matter of minutes.

Fire and Emergency Response

Gas-related risks are common for fire departments and emergency response teams. Fire departments often respond to calls where invisible, deadly gases may lurk, and toxic fumes can be present during any stage of a fire or overhaul. 

Our wireless single-gas and multi-gas monitors provide ongoing, real-time data to first responders and safety professionals who can monitor the situation remotely.

Whether you are responding to a suspected carbon monoxide call or performing an overhaul and investigation, a gas detector could save your life or the lives of nearby civilians.

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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. Storage silos, freezers, cold storage warehouses, and more can pose risks to workers, so you need to ensure you have the right gas monitoring solutions to keep everyone safe. 

Our wireless gas detectors provide real-time data to both workers and safety professionals who can monitor gas hazards remotely. With user-friendly equipment that needs no IT setup, you can get up and running in minutes and ensure proper compliance in this heavily-regulated industry.


At the scene of a hazardous materials incident, first responders are responsible for protecting lives, property, and the environment. In many cases, when emergency responders arrive at a scene, they are unaware of whether they are entering an area with harmful or deadly chemicals. 

Personal gas detectors identify and quantify the presence of toxic and combustible gases, allowing emergency teams to take measures to protect themselves and others. By continuously monitoring the scene, responders also remain aware of changing or deteriorating atmospheric conditions.

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Pulp and Paper

The same paper mills that create harmless household products have serious hazards in the production process. Whether it’s a sawmill, pulp mill, or power plant, ensuring that everyone and everything is safe can be challenging. The white liquor used in pulping contains sodium hydroxide and sodium sulfide, and both can pose a potential risk to humans. 

It's crucial to have immediate visibility into gas hazards and safety conditions. Wireless gas detectors provide ongoing, real-time data to both workers and safety professionals who can monitor the situation remotely. Using LENS® wireless connectivity, our Ventis Pro5 multi-gas monitors can keep workers informed of hazards affecting other team members.