Industrial Scientific Unveils Gas Detection App

April 25, 2016
The Gas Detection Made Easy app is a training and reference tool for gas detection information on the go.

Industrial Scientific introduces the Gas Detection Made Easy mobile application. Industrial Scientific’s training team designed the app based on the curriculum taught during basic and advanced courses.

The app is geared toward anyone who wants to learn about gas detection techniques and technologies. It is a study tool to reinforce in-person training or a quick reference for those wanting to refresh their gas detection knowledge, according to the company. It covers sensor technologies, gas hazards, gas monitoring applications and current regulations governing gas detection. Key features include the ability to take notes, send notes via email, add bookmarks to view at a later time and perform keyword searches.

“Having gas detection equipment is only part of the equation. You need to also have an understanding of the hazards you’re up against, and this app will be a useful reference guide for users whether they’re beginners or veterans,” says Justin McElhattan, president and CEO.  

The Gas Detection Made Easy app is free to download from the Google Play Store, Apple App Store or the Industrial Scientific website.  For more information, visit

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