GfG Gas Detection UK Ltd

Unit 8, Griggs Business Centre, West Street
Coggeshall
Colchester
Essex
CO6 1NT

  • Gas detection equipment for sale or hire
  • From single gas up to 7 gas detection
  • Gas detectors, equipment & calibration services
  • Gas detection equipment for sale or hire
  • From single gas up to 7 gas detection
  • Gas detectors, equipment & calibration services
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GfG Gas Detection UK Ltd

GfG Gas Detection - Portable Gas Detection Solutions

We are here to ensure the highest levels of personal safety so we have developed a range of highly effective solutions for portable and fixed gas detection applications.

... Portable Gas Detection
... Fixed Gas Detection
... Calibration Gas
... Service & Calibration

GfG also provides a wide range of gas detection equipment for hire so if this may be of interest to you please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Portable Gas Detection

We offer a range of high quality portable instruments such as electrochemical, infrared, catalytic and PID sensors which are used to detect every type of gas hazard that may be present in the work area.

... Industry Recognised Sensors
... Long Sensor Lifetime
... Single Gas Detectors
... Multi-Gas Detectors
... Easy To Use

With seven models in all GfG offers a solution for every kind of application from 1-gas up to 7-gases at the same time giving very loud audible alarms, vibration alarms, flashing and multi-coloured visual alarms.

This array of alarms systems will almost instantaneously notify the worker on site that a gas hazard is present even in the noisiest and darkest environments.

The gas detection systems from GfG are today in use by a wide range of industrial sectors, from water & sewage, gas and the emergency services through to automotive, chemical, petrochemical and coal, steel & power.

The highly effective and robust gas detection products created by GfG will provide the user with an easy to use detection system that offers long sensor life.

The low cost of ownership must also be taken into account if you or your organisation are thinking about investing in such equipment.

Fixed Gas Detection

To permanently monitor the work environment for possible gas hazards GfG have developed a wide range of fixed gas detection systems, so for even the smallest of leaks an alarm will trigger off enabling further action to be put into place.

Our high quality systems have the ability to detect over 500 types of gases ensuring maximum safety at all times.

Consisting of a transmitter and a controller these fixed systems can be connected either as a single channel system with one transmitter for up to sixteen channels or with a rack mounted system for multiple transmitters the options are many.

Calibration Gas

GfG have also developed a wide range of gases which can be supplied in 1121 cylinder size.

Giving up to 224 minutes of test gas these cylinders have a flow rate of 0.51 pm which is the perfect flow for the testing and calibration of our instruments.

More information about the range of calibration gases from GfG may be found by downloading the relevant data sheets on our website.

Service & Support

When it comes to service & support GfG provides full aftersales support including a range of download data sheets for each particular instrument.

GfG Gas Detection UK Ltd also provide TOTALCare packages, GAP analysis surveys, bespoke systems and installation.

More in depth information about our service and calibration may also be found on our website.

www.gfggasdetection.co.uk

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Key Personnel

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John Balague
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Tel: 01376 561 463
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