General Monitors is a leading manufacturer of gas detection and flame detection products and systems. We offer a variety of fixed gas detectors that monitor for combustible gas (e.g. methane, propane, butane, ethane), toxic gas (e.g. hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, ozone, sulfur dioxide) and oxygen deficiency. Our gas detectors utilize a variety of technologies including electrocatalytic, electrochemical, infrared, and ultrasonic. We manufacture flame detectors that use ultraviolet, infrared or a combination of both technologies to detect fires. Our products are found all over the world in a variety of industries including oil & gas, petrochemical, power generation, wastewater treatment, and utilities. With over 45 years experience, we are committed to protecting life and property.
Genesis Water Technologies, Inc. is a USA based water & wastewater treatment solution company focused on advanced, innovative and sustainable water and waste treatment system solutions with operations in the Americas, Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Acme is an integrated manufacturer, encompassing mechanical, electrical and electronic manufacturing capabilities within the same company. We have a wide range of standard products but distinguish ourselves by providing custom solutions with ease and minimal additional cost. Acme Engineering...
The S4000CH gas detector is suitable for a wide range of demanding industrial applications where the potential presence of dangerous hydrocarbon-based combustible gas is a threat to people, equipment, and facilities. The S4000CH Gas Detector features General Monitors’ precision catalytic bead... Read more
The IR400 Infrared (IR) Point Gas Detector delivers reliable protection against explosive hydrocarbon gases with a low power design that installs in minutes and features heated optics to eliminate condensation and includes a dirty optics indicator for fail safe operation. The IR400... Read more
The S4000TH Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Detector is designed to protect people, equipment, and plants from the dangers of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), and features the HART communication protocol for ease of field communications. Because of the detector’s multiple communication methods, a user can... Read more