NevadaNano announced its partnership with Blackline Safety Corp. to modernize combustible gas detection systems in a range of industries, ensuring the safety of workers.
NevadaNano’s signature line of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)-based gas sensors, the Molecular Property Spectrometer (or MPS™) Flammable Gas Sensors, are integrated into Blackline’s portfolio of cloud-connected G7 connected safety wearables.
NevadaNano MPS sensors represent a major innovation in sensor technology because of their accuracy and long-term stability. The sensors are able to simultaneously and accurately monitor the environments for the lower explosive limit (LEL) levels of the 12 most common combustible gases, delivering a TrueLEL™ reading for individual gases and gas mixtures.
By taking combustible gas detection monitoring further, NevadaNano delivers enhanced worker safety and virtually no false alarms. The MPS sensors also deliver a lower cost of ownership than traditional catalytic bead and non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensors because the sensors are immune to poisoning and their readings never drift.
Press Release Courtesy of NevadoNano.