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Gas Detector Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of gas detector manufacturers and suppliers. Find gas detector companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture gas detectors to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top gas detector manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the gas detector companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of natural gas detectors, gas leak detection, and gas detection systems of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Long Island City, NY 800-230-2636

    Thomas C. Wilson is a global manufacturer of industrial tools and solutions for manufacturing, servicing and cleaning tubes in the full range of commercial and industrial HVAC equipment. We’re your source for heat exchanger tools, boiler tube cleaners, HVAC system cleaners, vacuum leak detectors, chiller tube cleaners, tube expanders, tube brushes, tube plugs, tube pullers and more.

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  • Indianapolis, IN 866-282-4621

    Welcome to ATC, Inc. where leak testing is done with micro-flow technology. ATC was established in 1987 & has since serviced automotive, HVAC, fuel & oil, electronics, medical, pharmaceutical, packaging & other industries with leak detectors & related instruments & systems. We also offer gas flow calibration systems & all our operations are ISO/IEC 17025:2005 certified & A2LA accredited.

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  • Cary, IL 815-680-6086

    DOD Technologies is committed to providing great service and customer care. From inquiry to delivery, our highly skilled team provides exceptional support and accountability to our customers. We offer Service Contracts, Calibration Services, Start Up Services, Field Service & Training and Installation & Design.

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  • Skokie, IL 847-679-3377

    When it comes to gas detectors, you want something that will perform well 100 percent of the time. We will help you find the right solution to your needs. We always use the highest quality products and work with each customer to create ideal products no matter where you are around the world. Visit our website or call for more information.

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  • Montreal, QC 514-342-5656

    Acme offers a full range of wired and wireless gas detection products that will meet the demands of even the most complex HVAC and light industrial applications. Our product offering includes single point units and panels ranging anywhere between 4 to 256 points, remote relay modules for in-situ activation of ventilation and transmitters with operational ranges of 10,000 square feet.

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  • Devens, MA 978-772-0970

    TM Electronics provides leak detectors, gas leak detectors, leak testing, helium leak detectors, flow product testers and package test equipment for seal strength and package integrity (leak) tests. All feature SQC analysis for proactive process control. We feature custom fixturing for your testing needs.

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Gas Detectors

Gas leak detectors are used to pinpoint the source of a leak. Gas detectors use tracer gases like hydrogen and helium to find the leak. After filling the chamber with helium or a hydrogen/nitrogen mix, the gas loss is measured with a mass spectrometer that detects the helium or hydrogen. Gas and vapor leaks are common in virtually any industry. In fact, just about anything that uses gas will likely leak.

A gas leak detector is used to determine the amount and composition of the gas being leaked from a machine or system. It also monitors the amount leaking so that no potential danger to the equipment or the health of individuals in the vicinity occurs. One other concerning factor, is how fast the leak occurs, whether it be a small amount by the second or a small amount every thousand years. The corresponding action to deal with the leak cannot happen without the gas detector warning and monitoring information. Occasionally gas leak detectors will work in conjunction with other gas analyzing tools, such as leak testers and gas analyzers, which normally precede the use of a leak detector. There are many types of gas leak detectors. Mass spectrometry is one method used by a leak detector to measure gas loss and is a complicated scientific process. To put it simply, it uses a magnetic field to gauge the ion content in the air. By measuring the mass-to-charge ratio of a gas through the ion reactions, it is able to identify if something is leaking and what specifically the substance is.


Gas leaks can be found via electronic, chemical, and sound-sensitive technologies. Most leak detectors are hand-held devices that are programmed to monitor specific conditions. The mobility of a leak detector is important because of the tight and complex networks of piping that are sometimes used to house a gas or a liquid. Most methods of gas leak detection are operator dependant, although they also run by way of an automatic pump. The halogen leak detector is one example. Different types of detectors are used for specific duties, such as the actual gas detection at the spot of the leak, the amount that is coming out, and the type of gas. Sometimes a tracer gas, like helium or a mix of hydrogen and nitrogen, is used to help aid in the detection of other gases.
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