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About Crowcon Detection Instruments

About Crowcon Detection Instruments

Crowcon Detection Instruments is dedicated to providing the safest and most reliable gas safety solutions. Crowcon has been in business for over 40 years and has developed a reputation for manufacturing technologically advanced high quality products. The company has a worldwide presence and vast network of distribution partners all over the globe. Development and production

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Connection guide Crowcon Gasmaster vs Xgard

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The Crowcon Gasmaster is a compact, versatile and powerful gas detection control panel that combines simple operation with an extensive array of input and output functions. Crowcon Gasmaster provides all the information you need about your gas and fire detectors at a glance. The large multi-lingual display shows gas levels from all detectors simultaneously and enables

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Crowcon #5: Hydrogen Sulphide: toxic and deadly

Crowcon #5: Hydrogen Sulphide: toxic and deadly

Hydrogen Sulphide: toxic and deadly – Chris explains more about this dangerous gas Many of you will have come across hydrogen sulphide (H2S). If you have ever cracked a rotten egg the distinctive smell is H2S. H2S is a hazardous gas that is found in many work environments, and even at low concentrations it is

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Crowcon #4: What is a time-weighted average?

Crowcon #4: What is a time-weighted average?

What is a time-weighted average? Chris explains the importance of them when toxic substances are involved Last week we looked at the toxic gas, Hydrogen sulphide, and briefly went through TWAs, so I thought this week I’d go into more detail about TWAs and the importance of them, especially when coming into contact with toxic

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Crowcon #2: Quick guide to bump testing

Crowcon #2: Quick guide to bump testing

Following on from last week’s article, ‘Why do I need to bump test my instrument?’, I thought I’d give you a little more detailed information about what is a bump test and how to carry one out. A bump test is the only way to test that the whole gas detector unit is working properly.

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Crowcon #1: Why do we calibrate?

Crowcon #1: Why do we calibrate?

I’ve talked about bump testing your instrument, so it seems natural that we now cover the importance of calibrating. There are two main reasons for calibration. Firstly, gas detectors often operate in harsh environments: high and low temperatures and/or humidities; they may be exposed to contaminants, such as solvents, silicone etc; gas exposure; as well

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