Servicing all makes and models of equipment.
MultiGas specializes in fixed gas detection systems for a variety of applications, including commercial and industrial. We cover every aspect of your gas detection requirements, from sales and consultation to installation, commissioning, and onsite calibrating. Our technicians are factory-certified and trained for the highest level of service, including verifying the operation of the air handling equipment connected to the system. We go the extra mile to ensure your building is safe and healthy.
Our years of experience working with building owners and operators and industry best practices for optimal performance of a gas detection system recommends scheduled quarterly calibrations. Depending on the type of sensors, as they age they will drift towards either greater or lower sensitivity. Sensors that drift towards greater sensitivity result in the ventilation system unnecessarily running more often, increasing energy costs. Sensors that drift into lower sensitivity result in the ventilation system responding slowly to toxic amounts of gas in the air, creating a health and safety issue. When we do calibrations, we apply a test gas to the sensor and make the required adjustments to the detector to keep it operating at the optimum efficiency. This results in a safe and healthy building that has the highest level of energy efficiency. Frequent calibration also keeps the detectors operating at their optimum level. Generally this will produce longer sensor life, reducing the capital expenditures of replacing the sensors and creating tangible savings due to lower utility and operating costs.
Our company also realizes that factors such as model and age of equipment, operating conditions, and so on may impact the calibration schedule. By looking at all the factors that affect sensors, including the number of detectors providing coverage, MultiGas advises on an appropriate calibration schedule—two, three, and four times annually, or more frequent in demanding applications. Safety of the public, onsite personal and building health is priority number one.