Gas Leak Detectors

Chemtech International Inc. is an authorized distributor of Foxcroft Equipment & Service Company Inc. gas detectors, the leading alert systems trusted by businesses in all industries around the world for accurate gas leak and oxygen level monitoring since 1993. Using advanced, free electrochemical sensing technologies, Foxcroft gas detectors immediately alert toxic gas leaks to prevent the development of dangerous emergencies.

Wide range of monitoring needs

Foxcroft gas detectors are designed to meet a wide range of toxic gas leak monitoring needs. The Foxcroft FX-1 Mini toxic gas detector is a compact, wall-mounted single-channel gas leak detector for toxic gases or oxygen. The FX-1500 single-channel fixed gas detector is suitable for monitoring a gas container storage, generation or use area.

Multiple ways to monitor

The FX-1502 fixed, two-channel toxic gas detector monitors two gases simultaneously or one gas in two separate areas. Similarly, the FX-1504 four-channel toxic gas detector monitors leaks of one gas or four different gases in different locations simultaneously.

Performance & Reliability

The Foxcroft FX-1500, FX-1502, FX-1604 toxic gas detectors are equipped with a remote display unit that can be installed in a safe area or control room away from potential gas leaks. All Foxcroft sensors and remote units are housed in NEMA 4X enclosures, to protect gas detectors against dirt and corrosion for enhanced performance and reliability.

Available gas types

Available gas types for detection include Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide, Hydrogen, Hydrogen Chloride, Hydrogen Cyanide, Hydrogen Sulphide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Nitric Oxide, Oxygen, Ozone, and Sulphur Dioxide.

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