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Draeger Infrared sensors

Compact and powerful: The durable Dräger infrared sensors work very accurately and precisely, even in oxygen-free atmospher


Be on the safe side: Many explosive hazardous substances are toxic for humans, at levels markedly below the LEL (Lower Explosion/Explosive Limit) and cannot be detected at these levels by using only catalytic sensors. Reliable detection of such substances in the ppm range is accomplished using photoionization detectors (PIDs).

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Perfect protection by means of simultaneous monitoring

​Optimum protection is best provided if the area is monitored
for explosive gases using catalytic or infrared sensors and the toxic
atmosphere is simultaneously monitored with a PID sensor. Both sensing
systems can be integrated into the proven and reliable Dräger X-am 7000.

Robust design (in combination with Dräger X-am 7000)

​When integrated into the Dräger X-am 7000, the PID sensors represent a
robust tool suitable for difficult applications. The sensors are
protected by water-repellent membranes.

​Wide range of application

PID sensors are suitable for many different applications, e.g.
arson investigations, monitoring work in shafts, closed rooms and
confined spaces, leak and decontamination checks and controls, checking
sterilization work and many more.


Brochure: Gas List 2015 (PDF)

List of detectable gases and vapours.

Brochure: At the heart of gas detection systems (PDF)

When there’s danger in the air … this can quickly pose a high risk to humans, the environment, and all types of property and systems. Recognize the threat before it is too late.

Brochure: Functional Safety and gas detection systems (PDF)

Safety Instrumented Systems are used to reduce the risk for the protection of people, plants, and environment.

Brochure: More than the sum of their components (PDF)

For over 70 years, Dräger has been one of the technology leaders in gas detection.

Brochure: Explosion protection and gas detection systems (PDF)

Explosion hazards mostly arise from flammable gases and vapours. Instead of avoiding their ignition by explosion protection measures it may be preferable to detect them before they become ignitable.