City to stress importance of gas sensing in ensuring worker safety at CoSH in China

City Technology will be delivering a keynote presentation at one of the largest health and safety shows in China this month - CoSH in Beijing on 23-25 September (Booth A13). 

The China Occupational Safety and Health show attracts more than 20,000 visitors every year. City will join other Honeywell brands at the event to showcase new gas sensor technologies such as the long life oxygen sensor designed to improve the performance of gas detectors in challenging environments. Other new solutions include the CAT16 flammable sensor and toxic sensors designed to meet the strictest standards in the world.

The presentation entitled 'How gas sensing technologies are responding to emerging health and safety trends in industrial gas detection' will be delivered by Wilson Tan, City Technology's Business leader in APAC at the OSH Management and Practices workshop.

Wilson commented, "Due to more stringent health and safety requirements we are seeing a much wider use of gas detectors in South East Asia. These detectors need to perform flawlessly in extreme industrial environments, with reduced field failures and immunity to false alarms which are costing the industry millions of dollars in downtime. Our new long life oxygen sensors are a great example of how sensor technology is responding to industry challenges as they are optimised to perform in extreme temperatures and deliver the fastest response times.

"As a new exhibitor to CoSH, we are keen to outline how the best performing sensors can result in improved gas detector performance and ultimately greater protection of people and assets."

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