Latest Gas detector Stories

2012-01-05 08:00:00

KWJ Engineering has developed revolutionary new Screen Printed Electrochemical Gas Sensors (SPEC SENSORS), that are extremely tiny, thin, flexible, low power, long life and very low cost.

2011-11-28 08:00:00

Professional Equipment now has a wide variety of gas detectors to help home inspectors, HVAC technicians,

2011-07-28 00:01:00

More than 50,000 instruments are now operated and maintained on iNet - the unique Gas Detection as a Service solution. Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 27, 2011 Industrial Scientific is pleased to announce that more than 50,000 gas detection instruments are now on iNet®.

2011-06-17 15:02:00

MINNEAPOLIS, June 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A sophisticated new gas-detection team that couples a SEC 3000 sensor with a SEC 3100 transmitter to "see" even traces of toxic gas concentrations has been announced by Sensor Electronics of Minneapolis. Engineered for semiconductor production areas where toxic gases like tungsten hexafluoride and dichlorosilane are an ever-present danger, this new sensor/transmitter team reacts instantly to dangerous gas levels. The factory-tuned sensor works in...

2011-03-09 00:00:27

The highly configurable Ventis MX4 can be used in a variety of applications.

2011-02-24 08:47:00

MARLBOROUGH, Mass., Feb. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Block Engineering, a developer of Quantum Cascade Laser-based spectrometers, has been awarded the Silver Medal in the Gases & Instrumentation 2011 Golden Gas Awards.

2010-05-13 08:30:00

DELTA, BC, May 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - AirTest Technologies (TSXV: AAT) is pleased to announce that it has retained Mr. Paul Kacir as chief executive officer for its newly formed subsidiary ClairTec, Inc.

2009-09-18 15:23:12

In the air, it is a serious pollutant. In the body, it plays a role in heart rate, blood flow, nerve signals and immune function.

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The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.