Typical solutions

  • Refrigeration Units (ammonia, freon, carbon dioxide)

    Refrigerant is a working substance (it can be liquid, gas, or even a solid) of a refrigeration machine, which when boiling (evaporation, melting, or even sublimation) takes away heat from the cooled object and then transfers it to the cooling medium after compression due to the condensation or another phase transition (water, air, etc.).

  • Indoor motor-car parkings, parking lots, and garages (carbon monoxide)

    An important aspect of the operation of underground and indoor motor-car parkings is to ensure the safety of people from exposure to toxic substances contained in the exhaust gases of car engines (carbon monoxide).

  • Chlorine Production and Use

    Chlorine is a poisonous gas of a yellowish-green colour, heavier than air, with a pungent odour and a sweetly “metallic” taste. It is a chemical warfare agent and is capable to harm human health. 

  • Boilers, Power Facilities (carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons)

    In recent years, we have seen an increase in interest in heating boilers. Comfortable and fast heating of rooms and buildings is ensured by the operation of a boiler room based on solid or liquid fuels.

  • Power Plants (SF6 gas)

    The Sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) is colourless, non-flammable, non-toxic, heavy gas, which is 6 times heavier than air.

  • Gold Mining Enterprises (hydrocyanic acid)

    Inhalation of hydrocyanic acid vapours poses the greatest danger to the human, since they are carried by blood throughout the body thus causing a suppression of oxidative reactions in all the tissues.

  • Tributyl Phosphate

    Tributyl Phosphate (tributyl ester of phosphoric acid, TBP; Phosflex 4; Defoamer; Defoamer ZOC-X60L, C12H27O4P) is a clear, colourless liquid.

  • Acid Storage and Use Locations

    Inhalation of Fumes. In especially severe cases, pulmonary oedema may occur: a condition threatening a person’s life, in which fluid in the lungs blocks the access of oxygen to the blood stream.

  • Facilities of the petrochemical and oil and gas complexes (hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulphide)

    Combustible gases - substances that can burn and even explode. Combustible gases are actively used in various fields of industry.

  • Battery and Chargers Rooms (hydrogen)

    Gas Detecting Systems in battery and chargers rooms, which facilitate monitoring of the air in the work area (H2 monitoring)