Safety & Health Expo 2012 is Europe’s definitive annual event that brings together the safety and health industry and is returning to the NEC, Birmingham, UK from 15th to 17th May 2012.
Industry members will come together at the only show with support from the key industry partners – IOSH (Institute of Safety and Health), RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) and BSIF (British Safety Industry Federation).
Crowcon regularly exhibit at this major show and has seen steady growth in footfall as well as brand exposure and recognition in the industry.
This year Crowcon will be showcasing its Gas-Pro portable gas detector which is specifically designed for confined space workers and +ve Safety – an innovative, tri-colour status indicator flexible enough to fit differing regulations.
Since its initial launch the number of gases detectable by the Gas-Pro has grown and now includes common hazardous gases in the water, construction and manufacturing industries, including H2-filtered carbon monoxide, ammonia, sulphur dioxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and chlorine.
Crowcon will also be presenting a number of other new gas detection products, including the IRmax infrared (IR) hydrocarbon fixed gas detector and a wider range of test stations.
All these products, as well as Crowcon’s existing range of state-of-the-art gas detection products, can be found in Hall 1, stand number F80. Crowcon’s experts will also be on hand to answer any gas-safety related questions.
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