Safety

Companies that make or sell hydrogen and other gas sensors, flame detection equipment or equipment designed to react to emergencies or protect personnel.

Sustainable Innovations

111 Roberts Street, East Hartford, CT, United States

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KWJ Engineering

8430 Central Avenue, Newark, CA, United States

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NTM Sensors

404 Enterprise Drive, Lewis Center, OH, United States

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MSA / General Monitors

26776 Simpatica Circle, Lake Forest, CA, United States

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Sensor Electronics Corporation

12730 Creek View Avenue, Savage, MN, United States

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MidSun Specialty Products

378 4 Rod Road, Berlin, CT, United States

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KWJ Engineering Newark, CA
Currently KWJ Engineering produces advanced gas sensor technologies for health hazards such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and ozone. It's working to add hydrogen to its product line, which is already used in many industries to detect gas leaks. This project will allow KWJ Engineering to work with facilities and experts at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to evaluate a hydrogen sensor prototype and resolve on-going issues with sensor performance and testing to inform optimized sensor design.
ALSO LISTED IN: Hydrogen Generation/Supply, Safety     
UPDATED: August 16, 2017

NTM Sensors Lewis Center, Ohio
NTM Sensors combines materials science expertise with advanced electrochemistry to create specialty sensor products for superior monitoring and detection of hazardous gases in complex environments. NTM Sensors specializes in providing hydrogen sensors and systems to fuel cell developers and fuel cell powered vehicle manufacturers.
ALSO LISTED IN: Manufacturer, Safety, Sensors, Supplier     
UPDATED: May 2, 2017

Sustainable Innovations East Hartford, CT
Sustainable Innovations’ multi-channel hydrogen fuel quality monitor design can detect multiple impurities at low levels in hydrogen. The proposed design consists of an array of electrochemical sensors tuned to respond to critical concentrations of contaminants as defined in the Society of Automotive Engineers’ standards for hydrogen fuel.
ALSO LISTED IN: Developer, Gauges, Safety, Sensors, Testing     
UPDATED: August 16, 2017