Wireless gas detectors provide safety managers, industrial hygienists and first-response commanders with instant access to sensor data in order to determine the correct response to incidents. They are especially useful in confined spaces, such as: storage tanks and vessels, sewers and manholes, underground utility vaults, agriculture silos, grain elevators, railcar tanks, marine vessel tanks, and tunnels.
A key benefit of wireless gas sensors is that they are far easier and more cost effective to install than their non-wireless counterparts. It also ensures that data is accessible and can be monitored by offsite workers at a control centre.
AES can help you to determine which of our wireless gas monitors will best meet the needs of your application and the threat that is likely to be present.
Areas We Serve
AES supplies our complete range of wireless gas monitors to all Australian capital cities, including: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin and Canberra.