Monitor the Invisible With State-of-the-Art Gas Detection Equipment

Monitor the Invisible With State-of-the-Art Gas Detection Equipment

The Eagle Microsystems GD-4000 Multi-Channel Gas Detector.

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In the water and wastewater treatment industry, the role of advanced gas detection equipment has become increasingly critical. From long-lasting, rugged gas detection loggers designed for harsh wastewater applications, to multi-channel gas detectors capable of monitoring multiple gas types at ultra-low concentrations, the tools below are contributing to improved safety measures in wastewater treatment plants and related environments.

Eagle Microsystems GD-4000 Multi-Channel Gas Detecto
The Eagle Microsystems GD-4000 Multi-Channel Gas Detector monitors and detects the hazardous gases often found in water and wastewater treatment environments. This high-performance detector is designed to provide accurate and reliable readings of gas concentrations, ensuring the safety of workers and the public. Featuring NEMA 4X enclosures, it is built to withstand harsh environments and is resistant to dust, water and extreme temperatures. Its user-friendly, color touch-screen interface and field-programmable alarms and settings make it easy to use. Calibration is accomplished through the same menu drive touch screen interface. It has four 4-20 mA DC outputs and is capable of housing up to four precision sensors for common gases like chlorine and sulfur dioxide. Its sensor technology can detect gas concentrations as low as 0.1 ppm, ensuring maximum protection against potential leaks or other hazardous situations. 610-323-2250;

CAS DataLoggers OdaLog G20 H2S Gas Detection Logger
The OdaLog G20 H2S Gas Detection Logger enables predictive maintenance and a long in-field deployment of up to 90 days. These increase the uptime of the logger, reducing maintenance costs. The gas logger is IP68 rated for use in harsh wastewater applications and ATEX IECEx certified for hazardous environments. Bluetooth, USB, and Modbus are standard — making data easy to access, manually or via an integrated system. Typical areas of use are monitoring the gas level in treatment plants, sewers, collection lines, pumping stations for odor control, hydrogen sulfide remediation, and troubleshooting problems such as corrosion. 800-956-4437; 


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