We protect workplaces and property from gases that are often odorless and colorless — and therefore undetectable by people. If your facility is prone to accumulating hazardous gases, you need reliable natural and combustible gas and CO2 detectors to monitor when breathable air is dangerously low. We also provide gas detectors for flammable and combustible gases that could cause serious damage to people and equipment.
Dangerous Gases Can Lead to Fires, Sudden Explosions, Asphyxiation, and Exposure to Corrosive Toxins
Keystone Provides the Gas Detectors and Systems Your Location Requires
Warning and protecting workers and the public is of paramount importance to you and Keystone. Keystone gas detection devices and systems provide exceptional protection for a broad range of applications.
- Water treatment facilities
- Petrochemical plants
- Laboratories and medical facilities
- Power generation and utilities
- Parking garages
- Marine and aviation environments
- Cold storage facilities
- Paint booths
- Commercial kitchens
Whatever your situation Keystone can guide you in selecting the appropriate detector, the right number you need, and the best location in which to place them.
Detect Deadly Odorless Gases
CO2 can accumulate in enclosed spaces below ground level, and in trenches and depressions following leaks, because CO2 is heavier than air.
Carbon monoxide can be found where there are defective gas-fired industrial equipment and locations with inadequate or faulty ventilation.
Common Flammable or Combustible Gases
- Coal gas
- Ethylene Oxide
- Hydrogen Sulfide
- Isopropyl Alcohol
- Jet fuel
- Natural gas
- Sulfur Dioxide
For more information
about the types of hazardous gas,
carbon monoxide, and carbon
dioxide detectors we use,
call Keystone Fire Protection