Industrial Safety Services offer the complete range of Honeywell Fixed Gas Detection, Flame Detection and Hi Tech Systems. Our trained team can advise, install and maintain your fixed systems all backed by the manufacturer.
Fixed Flame & Gas Detection
Built to protect in even the toughest environments
Wherever toxic or combustible gases are part of an industrial process or a by-product of it, they pose a threat to people, property and productivity. Honeywell Analytics offers a complete line of rugged, reliable, fixed-point gas detectors to serve as your first line of defense against gas threats.
The fixed line incorporates the full spectrum of Honeywell gas sensing technologies (electrochemical, catalytic bead, open-path and point Infrared), offering the safety manager a "one-stop" solution for choosing a compatible gas detection system or integrated fire/gas system. Whether your need is to monitor gas hazards in a large area or several discrete locations from a convenient central site, Honeywell Analytics has a solution.
Applications include oil and gas, petrochemicals, specialty chemicals, industrial refrigeration, water and wastewater treatment, plastics and fibers, pulp and printing, agriculture, manufacturing and other industrial processes.
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Hi Tech Systems
Advanced technologies for advanced detection
Our toxic gas detection range for the High Tech and Government markets feature detectors and controllers that use advanced detection technologies for detecting hundreds of gases including hydrides, trifluorides and other semiconductor gases. Our product range is the industry's most complete and includes solutions using infrared spectroscopy with no cross-interference to Chemcassette paper tape colorimetric technology offering detection down to parts per billion levels.
Applications include semiconductor manufacturing and nanotechnology, photovoltaic cell production, aerospace propulsion and safety, specialty chemicals, academic and industrial research labs, and emergency response.