The Meridian Universal Gas Detector is an innovative next generation gas detection solution. Meridian’s single detector head supports combustible and toxic sensors. Designed for ease of use, Meridian significantly reduces upfront investment and ongoing maintenance costs
The iTrans2 infrared gas detector employs an intelligent electronics platform to provide one or two points of detection from a single head for maximum flexibility, superior performance and lower installation costs
Designed for use in boiler rooms and parking garages, the OLCT 10 and OLC 10 monitors give you the most cost-effective solution for the continuous monitoring of toxic (OLCT 10) or flammable gases (OLCT 10, OLC 10) and vapors in ambient air
Designed for the detection of explosive gases, toxic gases or oxygen, this combustible gas detector comes with a Wheatstone bridge output (OLC 100) or 4-20mA output (OLCT 100). Whatever your application 3M Gas & Flame Detection offers a solution: catalytic, electrochemical, semiconductor, or poison control version
The OLCT 10N is a digital combustible gas detector designed for to detect combustible, toxic gases or oxygen. Intended for use in combination with the MX 43 controller, the OLCT 10N provides a fast and accurate response.
The OLC(T) 20 Series of gas detectors are designed for indoor or outdoor facility monitoring and other applications to accommodate your gas detection requirements at a reasonable price.
The OLCT 60AD version allows the sensor to be installed remotely up to 15 meters (standard), allowing detection in inaccessible locations, or in Zone 0 in the case of the intrinsically safe (IS) version. The detector units are made of 316L stainless steel, and are rugged and resistant to corrosion.
3M Gas & Flame Detection is pleased to introduce its wireless system with the OLCT 80 field detector/transmitter. This new model allows wireless connectivity in ATEX 1 zones.
When hazardous levels of toxic gases or oxygen threaten the safety of an unclassified area, the CTX 300 oxygen detector can satisfy the most demanding safety requirements.
The Spyglass system detects hydrocarbon gases by analyzing the absorption of radiation caused by gases in the atmosphere and comparing it to background atmospheric absorption. This is accomplished between a pair of units: a Flash Source and a Detector that can monitor a distance of up to 200 meters.