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These add-on sensor offerings will continue to support Industrial Scientific’s mission of ending death on the job by the 2050 by detecting additional toxic, corrosive, and environmentally hazardous gases.

Industrial Scientific, a global leader and innovator in full-service gas detection programs that automate safety workflows, has expanded its sensor offerings to include H2 and CO High for the Ventis Pro5, as well as NH3 and HCN for the Tango TX2.

The introduction of H2 and CO High sensors expands the Ventis Pro5’s capabilities, allowing for comprehensive detection of hazardous gases, while providing the connectivity necessary to gather crucial safety data in a range of applications for industries like oil and gas, chemicals, utilities, mining, fire and hazmat, and more.

Dubbed the Swiss Army® knife for gas detection, the Ventis Pro5's versatility is unmatched. It can simultaneously detect multiple gases, including PID and VOCs, and allows workers to stay connected anywhere without the need for complicated IT setups. This all-in-one monitor simplifies training, minimizes user error, and transitions seamlessly from personal monitoring to confined space operations. 

For the Tango TX2, the introduction of HCN allows users to expand their capabilities to monitor for HCN and CO (aka the “toxic twins”) simultaneously. This gives fire and hazmat personnel the ability to use one device to ensure worker safety. By offering these sensors in the Tango TX2, first responders can also improve the uptime and accuracy of their monitors by relying on a solution customized to their needs. The addition of the NH3 sensor, meanwhile, serves a vital role in multiple processes in industries like petrochemical, chemicals, industrial refining, utilities, fire and hazmat, and more.

This level of protection in the Ventis Pro5 is further enhanced by the iNet Now live monitoring service, which offers a range of connectivity options including cellular, Wi-Fi, and satellite. In an emergency, users receive instant alerts, detailing who is in danger, the nature of their distress, and their precise location, enabling swift and efficient emergency response. 

"These sensor advancements are a significant leap forward in our enduring commitment to eliminate work-related fatalities by 2050. With the integration of new sensors capable of detecting additional toxic, corrosive, and environmentally hazardous gases, we are setting a new standard in worker protection,” says Thiago Vilas Boas, product manager, Industrial Scientific. “Our enhanced capabilities ensure that employees in the most challenging environments have the most advanced tools at their disposal to stay safe, while our iNet Now live monitoring service delivers real-time emergency alerts. Industrial Scientific is not just providing equipment; we are delivering peace of mind and reinforcing our pledge to send every worker home safe, every day."

To learn more about the Ventis Pro5’s new sensors, click here.

To learn more about the Tango TX2’s new sensors, click here.

About Industrial Scientific Corporation

Industrial Scientific Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortive (NYSE: FTV), is a global leader in gas detection and safety-as-a-service solutions that keep workers safe in life-threatening environments. From the International Space Station to mines deep inside the earth, men and women around the world bet their lives on the great work our people do. Established in 1985 and headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we have more than 1,300 global employees across 21 countries dedicating their careers to eliminating death on the job by 2050. Industrial Scientific is the parent company to Intelex Technologies, the global leader in environmental, health, safety and quality (EHSQ) software. Intelex’s industry-leading SAAS platform is used by millions of people around the world to deliver safer, cleaner and more productive operations. For more information, visit

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