Portable Gas Detectors
Australian Dynamic Technologies stock a complete range of portable gas detectors for a variety of every day applications. Our range includes products from world leading manufacturers including Honeywell Analytics and our expert staff are on hand to assist you with finding the best solution for your requirements.
We understand that you want ease of use and minimal calibration to allow your staff time to focus on their field activities. Whether you need a device to detect toxic gases such as carbon monoxide, Ammonia, Sulfur dioxide etc we will be able to recommend and supply the device best suited for you. We only supply products that are built tough and have shown to be very reliable.
Please have a look at just some of our portable gas detectors on offer below:
Multi Gas Detectors
Ideal for those looking for a compliant, trust-worthy and affordable portable gas detector.GasAlert MicroClip XT
Highly versatile protection for up to five atmospheric hazards such as toxic gases and oxygen.GasAlertMicro 5
Simple operation, low cost, very portable and well-suited for confined spaces.GasAlertMicroClip XL
An impressive continuous run time of 2 years with no charging as well as no need to service.BW Clip4
Single Gas Detectors
Confined Space Kits
Gas Detector Accessories
Australian Dynamic Technologies is one of Australia’s leading distributors of Honeywell portable gas detection equipment.
Our huge range of detectors includes:
- Personal single gas detectors portable, which provide individuals with detection of a large range of toxic gases.
- Accessories for portable gas leak detectors, we even have some pre-made kits available for immediate shipping.
- Portable multi-gas detectors, including the ever popular GasAlert MicroClip XT and GasAlertMicroClip XL.
- Various gas detection sensor options to suit your specific application.
- The very latest in 5-gas detector technology including the Honeywell BW Ultra.
Methane Gas Detector
Odourless and colourless, methane is a flammable gas and is a member of the alkane hydrocarbons. It can explode when in concentration between 5% and 15%. Its primary use is that of a fuel to generate light as well as heat. Methane gas detectors are heavily use in the mining industry.
Ammonia Gas Detector
Ammonia, or NH3, is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen. When inhaled, people will experience burns to their windpipe and lungs. High concentrations in the air can cause an instant burning of the nose, throat and eyes. High concentrations can cause lung damage, blindness and even death.
Carbon Dioxide Monitor
Carbon Dioxide is non-toxic in nature however can cause death by asphyxiation. Even if there is adequate oxygen in the environment, suffocation can occur in certain concentration. Its density is approx. 60% greater than dry air. Your body’s organs can be at risk of harm if your carbon dioxide levels are too high.
Benzene Gas Detector
Benzene, C6H6 is classed as a hydrocarbon. It has been known to cause bone marrow damage in humans, along with a decrease in red blood cell count which can lead to anemia. Longer-term exposure can place someone at risk of leukemia or cancer of blood forming organs.
Sulphur Dioxide Detector
SO2 or Sulfur Dioxide can adversely affect human health when breathed in. It causes irritation of the airways (nose & throat) and is known to cause shortness of breath, chest tightness and coughing. It should also be noted that skin contact with SO2 can cause burns.
Hydrogen Sulfide Detector
Hydrogen Sulphide is a colourless chalcogen hydride gas with a strong odor similar to rotten eggs. It is highly poisonous, flammable and corrosive. Exposure to high concentrations, 100 ppm or higher, of hydrogen sulphide can kill humans in just a few seconds.
Hydrogen Cyanide Detector
HCN or Hydrogen Cyanide is a toxic liquid/colourless gas. Also known as prussic acid, it is a chemcial compound that can be very poisonous as well as flammable. It has a odour similar to bitter almonds and is fast acting. Inhaling small amounts can cause headaches, weakness and vomits, inhaling large amounts can be quickly fatal.
Methyl Bromide Detector
Mainly use for fumigation, methyl bromide is a highly toxic gas. Within Australia, the use of methyl bromide stopped in 2005 with the exception of QPS (quarantine) uses. Methyl bromide is harmful to humans and inhalation can cause lung damage.
Chlorine Gas Detector
Chlorine is absorbed by the human body via inhalation and through the skin. At high concentrations, inhaling chlorine gas can cause asthma like symptoms which include tightness of the chest, difficulty breathing and wheezing. Other common symptoms include vomiting, slipping into a coma and even death.
Have a question?
Our friendly staff are on standby and will be happy to help with any questions you have. We can supply our complete range of portable gas detectors not only all across Sydney but also throughout Australia.