What is Combustble Gas:
Combustible gas is a gas that can burn in the air or in Oxygen. Examples of combustible gases are Hydrogen, Methane, Propane, Iso-butane. Mixture of a certain amount of combustible gas and Oxygen will explode in the presence of an ignition source. Combustible gas is a typical cause of gas explosion accidents.
Breathing in combustible gas vapor can cause headache, nausea, and dizziness. Extremely high levels can cause fainting and even death. Combustible gases in the air can also irritate the eyes, nose, and throat.
Complete list of Combustible Gas Monitors we offer:
Both fixed mount and portable sensors, along with replacement sensor heads from all the manufacturers we represent are listed here. For questions on what sensor might be right for you, Contact us today!
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All sensors require a yearly calibration to ensure your gas measurements are accurate and performing within manufacturer standards. This page is desiccated to the individual manufacturers we represent and their specific calibration procedures.
**Calibration Service Request Form **
Calibration costs do vary, see below to get an estimate:
Calibration Fee: $150
Analyzer Calibration Fee: $300
PM Calibration Sensor Fee: $330
Genie Calibration Fee: $265
ATI Calibration Fee: $205
** note that prices are subject to change per labor and parts required.