Toxic Gases

Toxic gas can be deadly at low concentration levels. The most common are carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, and many others. In some cases, gases that are considered toxic at low levels are also combustible at much higher concentrations, so it’s important to understand the types of gases and expected concentrations when designing a gas detection system. Contact GDS Corp and we’ll help you understand the characteristics of common toxic gases and how best to detect their presence.

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