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Honeywell Analytics, Inc.

As the gas detection experts, Honeywell Analytics brings together nearly 200 collective years of expertise in design, manufacture and technology. The company also enjoys a glittering array of accolades including being the originators of an impressive number of technological firsts.

Adaptability and innovation are key themes at Honeywell Analytics. The company’s comprehensive product range has an option suited to every type of application or industry. In addition, a strong commitment to service and understanding the unique needs of its customers ensures that Honeywell Analytics remains the premier provider of gas detection solutions, and a name that is synonymous with excellence. In addition to the extensive product range, Honeywell Analytics also provides a number of authoritative platforms, providing a comprehensive offering of knowledge, expertise and information on every aspect of gas detection. These include the website www.honeywellanalytics.com known as the definitive resource for anyone wanting to learn more about the subject in its entirety.

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Flammable Gas Hazards (Fire Detection and Suppression) Combustion is a fairly simple chemical reaction in which Oxygen is combined rapidly with another substance resulting in the release of energy. This energy appears mainly as heat - sometimes in the... (View Full Article)
Reference: Asphyxiant (Oxygen Deficiency) Hazard (Gas Sensing) We all need to breathe the Oxygen (O2) in air to live. Air is made up of several different gases including Oxygen. Normal ambient air contains an Oxygen concentration of 20.9% v/v. When the Oxygen... (View Full Article)