The Secret Behind Worldwide Gas Detection Calibration
Jan 10 2008 Read 1303 Times
If you purchase calibration and bump gas from an equipment manufacturer or distributor, you may already be using one of the extensive range of gases available at EuroGas. A significant number of EuroGas’ worldwide clients take advantage of a complimentary labelling service to extend their own range of products, with the knowledge that they have the experience and technical support of EuroGas behind them.
Gas cylinders can be privately labelled with your own Company logo and contact details. EuroGas offers this option as a free of charge service and have a dedicated, friendly team on hand for technical and marketing assistance.
Regular functional testing and calibration is particularly easy and low cost with lightweight, nonrefillable cylinders. The perfect size for bump testing of equipment are 20 litre and 34 litre cylinders. For regular calibration, 34 litre, 58 litre and the new EuroGas 110 litre cylinder, which conforms to the important European Legislation EN12205, provide more gas in a convenient size and at low cost. Out in the field, nonrefillable cylinders are ideal where portability is paramount. Where larger quantities of gas are required, EuroGas refillable cylinders offer an alternative.
EuroGas also offers advanced OEM sensors and supporting circuitry, presenting simple gas detection solutions for manufacturers.
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