Gas and Flame Detection
The Need For Gas Detection
Almost anywhere that people gather for work or leisure, indoors or out, there is a potential risk of exposure to toxic or flammable gases. Whether it is a school, dormitory, office building, shopping center, swimming pool, manufacturing plant, or warehouse, it is important to protect people and to comply with legal requirements for gas monitoring. In addition to protecting building occupants, gas detection systems can also prevent untimely and costly business disruptions.
The Need For Flame Detection
While the use of heat and smoke detection covers many traditional applications, there is a growing trend to add flame detection to monitor higher risk areas such as boiler rooms in commercial applications, as well as in manufacturing plants and warehouses where combustible material is stored or processes dictate the additional protection. In these cases, flame detection offers fast speed of response, low maintenance, and a wider area of coverage to supplement traditional detection methods.
An Added Level Of Protection
With over 50 years' experience leading the fire alarm industry, NOTIFIER understands life safety. Hazardous and toxic gases are present in virtually every commercial environment and can threaten the safety of building occupants. That's why NOTIFIER offers a comprehensive suite of gas detection products for a wide range of commercial and industrial environments - all of which integrate seamlessly with our proven fire and life safety systems.
Areas of Concern & Gases Monitored Solutions
- Boiler Rooms
- Carbon monoxide
- Water Heaters
- Commercial Kitchens
- Loading Docks
- Nitrogen dioxide
- Battery Charging Areas
Gas Monitoring For Highly Toxic And Explosive Atmospheres
Sensepoint XCD makes it simple to monitor and detect hazardous gases for safety and compliance standards. Sensepoint XCD fixed sensors offer comprehensive monitoring of flammable and toxic gas hazards as well as oxygen deficiency in potentially explosive atmospheres, both indoors and out. Special requirements exist for potentially explosive working environments within gas, oil, and chemical production as well as dust-filled environments in wood processing and food industries.
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