Edinburgh Sensors continue develop cutting edge gas detection solutions

At Edinburgh Sensors, we pride ourselves in being one of the leading manufacturers of robust NDIR gas detection solutions.  The application of our continued research and development has contributed to several major advances in the world of infrared gas sensing which has allowed us to develop our comprehensive portfolio of NDIR products for the detection of CO, CO2 and CH4.

Continuous development is at the heart of our business and we are committed to providing modern solutions to satisfy our customer’s needs. As well as the standard ranges of CO, CO2 and CH4 we can supply OEM gas sensors and gas monitors that detect many other gases including:

 

 

  • CF4 0-3000ppm
  • C3H8 0-3000ppm
  • N20 0-3000ppm
  • C4H10 0-3000ppm
  • Refrigerants – R125, 134A

We are always working on new gases and gas ranges. If you don’t see your particular requirement among our featured products, please contact us with your target gas and concentration requirements.

 

About Edinburgh Sensors

Edinburgh Sensors, a division of Edinburgh Instruments, is a world-class customer-focused provider of quality gas-sensing solutions.

Our diverse range of robust OEM Gas Sensors and Gas Monitors enable fast, reliable and continuous gas detection. With a global reputation for high performance, our products are an ideal solution for those applications where accuracy, safety and reliability are paramount.

If you can’t see your particular specification among our standard products, please contact us at with your target gas and concentration requirements.

 

Edinburgh Sensors

Apart from the Co2 standard Co2 Ch4 blah, Edinburgh Sensors also offers general hydrocarbons.

 

 

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