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Choosing a gas detector starts at the point of need. Once you become aware of an atmospheric hazard your subsequent risk assessment should highlight the need for gas, vapour, dust or fume monitoring. The data collected allows to decide on the best forms of elimination, reduction and management of risks and provides continual monitoring. Ensuing safe systems of work will often require you to identify a suitable gas detection product. Simply selecting a single or multi-gas; pumped or diffusive; ppm-LEL-% Volume, PPB; chemical; catalytic; infrared; photo-ionisation; or any other detection device with out reasonable care, can lead to hazards being missed and the creation of unsafe atmospheres. (next) 

 
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