Delta, British Columbia, Canada – Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI), a leading manufacturer of gas detection systems, is excited to announce the launch of our cGas Detector product line.
The new cGas Detector line offers greater flexibility at a lower cost with customized sensor combinations and specialized options for adding only the functionality you need to your gas detection system. Pre-calibrated sensors with true Plug & Play Smart Sensor technology makes replacing sensors quick and easy. It offers one or two channel operation and analog or digital output with user in the field selectable BACnet® or Modbus® communication output. Available now in our standard black enclosure, ideal for commercial and light industrial applications. Soon to be released is a new low profile, aesthetically pleasing enclosure for areas where less noticeability/blending in is preferred.
The cGas Detector is designed for continuous monitoring of a long list of gases in a wide range of applications such as: CO, NO2 and combustible gases in car parks, vehicle repair shops, bus barns and fire halls; O2 in hospitals, H2S in wastewater treatment plants, Cl2, O3 and NH3 in recreational facilities, refrigerants in chiller rooms or in hotel rooms with VRF/VRV systems; compressed CO2 in storage rooms or space CO2 in greenhouses or other occupied spaces such as schools, retirement homes and theatres where integrated demand controlled ventilation (DCV) is used for air quality and energy savings… and many more!
Critical Environment Technologies designs and manufacturers indoor air quality and fixed gas detection systems including self-contained systems, controllers and analog and digital transmitters. Applications include commercial HVAC, institutional, municipal and light industrial markets worldwide. Many of these applications are for vehicle exhaust, but areas of specialization include refrigeration, food processing plants, manufacturing plants, wastewater treatment plants, fisheries, wineries/breweries, pulp and paper mills, recreational facilities, bakeries, schools, greenhouses, and many more.