We know how important it is that air monitoring and radiation detection are performed to detect dangerous atmospheres, but you need the right tools to gain instant visibility to the unseen threats of toxic gases and radiation.

Firefighters inspect occupancies potentially charged with colorless and odorless carbon monoxide (CO) gas generated from faulty appliances; firefighters and EMS personnel investigate chemical suicides in which hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen cyanide or phosphine gas were generated in an enclosed area; hazmat teams check leaking cylinders or other gas and vapor releases; and technical rescue personnel monitor confined spaces for toxic gases, oxygen deficiency and flammable atmospheres.

Clearly, there are many reasons you may be called upon to use hazardous materials detection equipment. Let us help you select the right instrument for the job.

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