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Crowcon launches 'intelligent' gas detector

Crowcon Detection Instruments has announced what it is calling the next generation of intelligent gas detectors and transmitters: XgardIQ.

Nadav Shemer
Xgard detectors could prove useful in mines

Xgard detectors could prove useful in mines

The product can be fitted with a variety of flammable, toxic or oxygen gas sensors and can be installed with a remote senor housing up to 15m from the transmitter. XgardIQ’s features, according to Crowcon,...

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