Detecting Gas, Saving Lives

Growing a safer, cleaner, healthier future for everyone.

As part of the Halma family, Crowcon Detection is committed to protect people and the environment from gas hazards by providing both single and multi gas monitors, enabling personal and larger-scale monitoring. The company envisions to grow a safer, cleaner, healthier future for everyone, by providing best in class gas safety solutions. It focuses on gas detection by understanding current and future market requirements and responding accordingly with a good track record of growth.

Gas detection is extremely important and should, in no way, be neglected.

For many facilities, hazardous gases can be a serious danger. Hazardous gases in the workplace can lead to fire or explosion, exposure to corrosive contaminants and asphyxiation. Despite their dangers, not all gases can be detected by simply smelling the air. Atlas carries a comprehensive assortment of single and multi-gas monitors in order to keep your personnel and your facility safe. 

Meet The Next Generation Of Flammable Gas Detection

As part of the Halma family, Crowcon Detection is committed to providing technologies that provide safety and protect health and the environment. We keep our gas detection technologies up to date with present and future requirements.

Marine Application

Vessel Masters need gas detection that is internationally available, reliable, easy and intuitive to use, these things are a given in this industry. Detectors that are easy to calibrate, on-board and offer crew-members the ability to generate reports demonstrating compliance can add benefit. What is often overlooked however is the provision of dedicated, application relevant, training material that can be used even when a vessel is away from port.

Crowcon has credibility within the marine industry over vast years. This experience has lead to the development of Marine specific products, with the ability not only to withstand the harsh and varied environments in which they must operate but also with the support materials needed to ensure crews have the right information and training.

Keeping people and premises safer,
with more efficient and accurate testing.


Crowcon Portable Detectors

Crowcon portable gas detectors enable crew members to protect against hazardous gases. Available in single gas and multi-gas monitors, it is suitable for personal monitoring and portable safety applications. With a wide selection of detectors in different sizes and various features, find the gas detection solution for your needs.

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Crowcon Fixed Detectors

Crowcon offers a flexible range of products which are able to measure flammable, toxic and oxygen gases, report their presence and activate alarms or associated equipment. We use a variety of measurement, protection and communications technologies and our fixed detectors have been proven in many arduous environments, including oil and gas exploration, water treatment, chemical plants and steel mills.

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Crowcon Control Panels

Combined with a variety of detector types, Crowcon’s control panels offer a flexible range of solutions which are able to measure flammable, toxic and oxygen gases, report their presence and activate alarms or associated equipment.

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Crowcon Data Solutions

Crowcon Connect allows customers with portable fleets to improve their operational efficiency and safety compliance by delivering actionable insight. Unlike competing solutions, it has low implementation cost and integrates with existing processes. Crowcon Connect seamlessly records gas safety data, analyses performance and compliance, and therefore allows users to take actionable insights and improve efficiency.

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Crowcon Flue Gas Analysers

the UK and the unit most often used by British Gas for domestic boiler set up and servicing. With over 40 years’ experience in producing the finest and most durable test and measurement solutions in the heating industry, Crowcon’s latest Sprint Pro model is the best professional combustion analyzer it has ever produced.

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