SENSIT Gas Monitors

SENSIT Gas Monitors are direct reading instruments designed to detect and alert users of hazardous gases in their working environment. We offer portable, hand-held and wearable gas monitors in single gas and multi-gas sensor configurations.

SENSIT GOLD G2: Multi Gas Monitor

SENSIT® GOLD G2 Combustible Gas Leak Detector can monitor up to 4 gases, fulfilling any confined space entry requirements. This multi-function gas detection instrument can be configured for combustible gas readings in LEL, PPM, and/or percent volume. Certified ATEX and UL. Learn More

SENSIT GOLD 100: Multi Gas Monitor

SENSIT® GOLD 100 Gas Leak Detector displays LEL, PPM or percent volume. The instrument can be configured to monitor up to 4 gases simultaneously, including O2, CO, H2S or HCN gas sensors. Certified UL. Learn More

SENSIT GOLD: Multi Gas Monitor

SENSIT® GOLD Gas Leak Detectoris designed to find the source of combustible gas leaks fast. SENSIT® GOLD displays LEL and can monitor O2, CO, H2S or HCN gas simultaneously. Certified UL and CSA. Learn More

SENSIT P400: Multi Gas Monitor

SENSIT® P400 Multi Gas Monitor is designed to warn the user of hazardous gases in their working environment. The monitor can be configured with 1 to 5 sensors. Certified ATEX and UL. Learn More

TRAK-IT IIIa: Multi Gas Monitor

TRAK-IT® IIIa Combustible Gas Indicator is ideal for underground natural gas leak pin pointing, pipeline purging, and confined space applications. This multi gas detector is available for areas requiring UL, CSA and IECEx/ATEX certification. Learn More

SENSIT P100: Single Gas Monitor

SENSIT® P100 Single Gas Monitor is designed to warn the user of hazardous gases in their working environment. SENSIT® P100 gas monitor is durable and easy to use. Sensor options include, O2, CO, H2S, HCN, NO2 and SO2. Certified ATEX and UL. Learn More

Direct Reading Gas Monitors

Direct-reading instruments are valuable tools for detecting and measuring worker exposure to gases, vapors, aerosols, and fine particulates suspended in air. These instruments permit real-time or near real-time measurements, and their use is specifically required by some OSHA standards. There are many types of instruments available, each of which is designed for a specific monitoring purpose. Proper operation of direct-reading instruments is essential to ensure that accurate information is obtained when evaluating air contaminants.

Direct-reading instruments are addressed in specific standards for the general industry, shipyard employment, and the construction industry. https://www.osha.gov/