When it comes to gas leak detection, every second counts.

Lone workers, supervisors, surveyors, engineers, and company managers alike know that there is no time to waste when working in areas with potentially hazardous gases or other volatile organic compounds.

When working in the oil and gas sector, the sewage and water treatment industries, or anywhere else that toxic gas leaks could occur, it’s imperative to have a reliable safety procedure to protect your employees, facility, business, and the environment.

These industries have long needed a way to optimize their gas leak detection methods in order to provide safety in today’s day and age. At Safety Scan, we deliver by not just offering products for today, but for the future as well.

Through our wireless gas detectors, optical gas imaging cameras, and a variety of other products and services, we provide smart gas leak detection solutions using the very best technology available.

Our smart gas leak detection solutions are designed to improve operational efficiency, keep worksites up to code, and above all save lives.

This is innovation through gas leak detection. This is Safety Scan. Keep reading to learn more about our products and services, and contact Safety Scan today to learn more or to request a free demonstration at your facility.

Gas Detection Products

Safety Scan is proud to partner with a number of manufacturers who produce and distribute the best wireless gas detectors in the world. In order to improve lone worker safety throughout a number of environments, Safety Scan provides these solutions in order to better the world through innovation.

Among the wireless gas detectors we provide to companies throughout the United States include:

G7 Portable Wireless Gas Detectors

The G7 wireless gas detector is the best portable, wireless safety companion for lone workers, surveyors, engineers, and more.

This innovative, compact device allows operators to work with confidence no matter what type of environment in which they find themselves. Whether it’s a remote location, secluded section of a mine, or elsewhere, the G7 delivers as the best wireless gas detector on the market.

Not only does this device configure in a matter of seconds, it also provides accurate readings of toxic gas leaks in real time. But that’s not all. Because the effects of these toxic gases can sometimes be unpredictable and happen without warning, the G7 improves lone worker safety with built-in

The G7 has the ability to detect falls, no-motion incidents, and more, utilizing periodic check-ins and other smart features to evaluate the situation.

In the event of an incident, the G7 will immediately send an alert to trigger your customized safety protocol, and GPS capabilities allow your live support monitoring team to direct the safety response team directly to the site of the incident.

Within a matter of minutes, help will be on the way — all without having to press a button. The G7 also features two-way communication, 3G cellular connectivity, and quad-gas detection capabilities.

Among the hazardous toxic gases which can be detected by the G7 include hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, and more. This is the only gas detector in the world which features work-anywhere wireless two-way communication, text messaging, evacuation management, complete customization, live safety monitoring support, and of course accurate gas detection.

Learn more about G7 gas detectors and contact Safety Scan for a free demonstration.

Laser Mini Methane Detector

There are many different methane gas leak detectors out there; but none of them hold up to the laser methane mini gas leak detector.

The Laser Methane Mini is a portable, wireless solutions which safely and quickly detects methane gas leaks from a safe distance. Utilizing a high-powered laser, the Laser Mini has the capability to scan areas which can’t by accessed by foot, provides numerical and graphical readings, and instantly (within a fraction of a second) identifies methane gas leaks.

Not to mention, the laser methane gas detector is portable and pocket-sized and is ready to work within 30-60 seconds upon start.

If you’re looking for a portable methane gas detector, you can’t go wrong with the Laser Mini. Safety Scan is happy to provide a free demonstration at your facility.

SELMA Methane Detector

While our laser methane detector is perfect for smaller, secluded areas that are at risk for potential methane leaks, the SELMA expands the user’s capability to cover a lot of ground quickly.

This Street Evaluating Laser Methane Assessment (hence the name SELMA) attaches to vehicles for a smooth, efficient, and rapid scan.

From natural gas pipelines and storage tanks, to compressor stations, to any other potential sources of methane emissions, the SELMA provides and effective solution to document and identify methane gas leaks within your vehicle’s path.

Methane leaks are automatically archived by the SELMA, and the device software immediately alerts the operator through visual and audio alarms. Curious as to how the SELMA methane detector can work for your industry? Contact Safety Scan for a demo.

ALMA Methane Detector

Hailing from the same family as the Laser Mini and the SELMA, the ALMA is the world’s best aerial methane gas detector.

Capable of covering a lot of ground in minimal time, the ALMA has the ability to monitor miles and miles of gas pipelines which aren’t always accessible by foot or vehicle.

The ALMA implements the same innovative laser methane gas detection technology, along with sophisticated software and real-time data monitoring for improved safety and increased response time.

Optical Gas Imaging

Optical gas imaging is crucial for methane gas detection as well as the detection of other potentially toxic volatile organic compounds.

Through the FLIR GF320 optical gas imaging camera, surveyors and engineers get the ability to instantly identify methane gas leaks at their source, even when they come from inaccessible or hard-to-see spots.

These optical gas imaging cameras detect up to 20 hazardous gases, including methane, benzene, butane, ethane, heptane, propane, and more.