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Detecting H2O2? Check out our PDM+

‘Disinfection is defined as the treatment of surfaces/equipment using physical or chemical means such that the amount of microorganisms present is reduced to an acceptable level’  (Krop, 1990).

Disinfecting is essential, you can find it in hospitals and laboratories for example. But the gases which can occur during the disinfection process can also be dangerous. A major disinfectant is Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2). Exposure to this gas can cause serious harm to your health. Frequent symptoms are for example breathing difficulty, chest pain, or even seizures.

Protect yourself, decide on a gas detector. We have multiple solutions available, like our PDM+ H2O2.

More information on this detector? Or in need of advice regarding other gas detection challenges? Get in touch with us or your nearest distributor.

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Welcome to the team!

As we look to increase our Global Reach, we are excited to announce that Matthew Nardella and Jason Jones have joined the WatchGas family. They add even more decades of knowledge to the WatchGas team by joining us. They will be responsible for the Australia and New Zealand region and work closely with our partners to ensure they get the support they deserve. Join us in welcoming Matt and Jason to the team, and watch this space for more great news.

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Gas Detection facts: 9 different applications for hydrogen peroxide

It's well known that hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) can be used for hair bleaching, but there are a lot of other uses as well. We discuss 9 applications for hydrogen peroxide in this blog and we introduce you to our WatchGas PDM+. The perfect gas detector to detect H2O2. More information on the PDM+ ? Check out the product page or get in touch with us.

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Detecting Phosphine? Our UNI Sustainable might be the solution

Are you aware of the gases released during a fumigation process? One of the main fumigants for pest control, for example, is 𝗣𝗵𝗼𝘀𝗽𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗲 (𝗣𝗛𝟯). This gas spreads well in enclosed spaces and is highly toxic.

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