Crowcon are pleased to be attending the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), a key meeting place for oil, gas and energy enterprises. This year’s event will be running from 31st October to 3rd November.
This year’s event will see more than 2,000 companies exhibiting and over 150,000 energy professionals in attendance, providing an excellent opportunity to conduct business across the full value chain of the industry.
At this year’s show, Crowcon will be showcasing a wide range of portable and fixed products. On the portables side, we have a number of single gas detectors for toxic gases such as H2S and SO2. We will also be showcasing our Gasman portable detector now available with Crowcon’s new long-life oxygen sensor, reducing cost of ownership without compromise, complete with an industry first 5-year warranty. Gasman is now also available with next-generation MPS sensor technology, enabling the detection of 15 flammable gases in a single detector.
On the fixed side, we will be showcasing our XgardIQ detector, available with high temperature H2S sensor to meet the extreme conditions of the Middle East. As well as our XgardIQ, will be the Xgard Bright MPS, detecting over 15 hazardous gases in one sensor, offering better safety and increased operational efficiency. We will also be highlighting the Fgard IR3 flame detector, our explosion-proof, multi-spectrum IR flame detector designed for environments where prompt fire detection is essential and false alarms cannot be tolerated.
As well as our fixed and portable products, we will be demonstrating Crowcon Connect, our new gas safety and compliance insight solution that utilises a flexible cloud data service offering actionable insight from detector fleet.
“ADIPEC is a great place to meet customers and partners as well as introduce our latest products and technologies whilst affirming our strong presence in the Middle East” said Ala Ayoub, Crowcon General Manager for the Middle east.
Our dedicated team will be on hand at stand 8531 in the EIC Pavilion to discuss all of your gas detection needs.