A gas detector to monitor hydrogen
With a high-quality gas detector from WatchGas, the lightest gas that is known to humankind – hydrogen – is detectable. By using one of our first-class gas detectors and accessories, you will ensure a safe and healthy working environment. Furthermore, we always have gas detection equipment that fits your needs. This is because our Research & Development team works around the clock to ensure that all the gas detection equipment, such as a hydrogen peroxide detector, is based on the needs of our customers.
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The importance of a gas detector for hydrogen
Hydrogen is a light gas that is highly flammable. This means that you should handle it with care while producing, transporting and using this gas. To help you create a safe and healthy working environment, we offer both a hydrogen and a hydrogen peroxide detector that fits your needs. A hydrogen gas detector keeps track of the amount of gas in various environments. It warns the user when the amount of gas in the air is at a dangerous level. When a person inhales too much hydrogen, various health problems can occur, such as:
- An irritated respiratory tract
- Irritated eyes
- Dizziness or nausea
You will always find a wide range of gas detection equipment that keeps your workers safe. For example, we also offer a hydrogen peroxide detector. Consider buying the WatchGas PDM+ H2O2. This hydrogen peroxide detector can also be supplied with an optional auxiliary pump.
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Discover the advantages of our first-class gas detectors
Would you like to know more about the advantages of our high-quality gas detection equipment, such as a hydrogen peroxide detector? Our experts are eager to tell you more about our fixed gas detectors. Contact us by calling +31 (0)85 018 77 09 or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about our broad selection of first-class gas detectors!