Total gas detection and monitoring solutions

Noventis develops innovative stationary gas detection systems that offer greater reliability, improved productivity, and better cost-efficiency. We set out to transform stationary gas detection by applying the latest technology to our fixed gas monitors.

Whether there's a need to monitor carbon monoxide from vehicular exhaust in parking garages, carbon dioxide and oxygen levels in laboratories or medical rooms, ozone-depleting refrigerant gas leaks in mechanical rooms, toxic off-gassing from equipment or flammable gas leaks in pipes and equipment, Noventis has a full lifecycle solution for you.

Considering implementation of a gas detection system?

When it comes to choosing gas detection equipment, finding the best value for money without sacrificing worker safety is a key factor in the decision-making process. How do you install the system, what about ongoing service, how do you decide what’s best for you?

At Noventis, we serve many industries. Each industry has its own set of requirements; we understand what is important to you. As a manufacturer we are in control to create unique sensor solutions, suitable for your application. In addition we provide specific services such as hazard identification surveys, detailed specification, design and recommendations for the supply and installation of gas detection equipment, all in accordance with the relevant Australian Standards. Contact us to discover your options.

Asphyxiant gases in Laboratory and Medical Research

An asphyxiant gas is a nontoxic or minimally toxic gas which reduces or displaces the normal oxygen concentration in breathing air, leading to unconsciousness or death if breathed long enough (suffocation).

Asphyxiant gases are relatively inert and odorless; their presence in high concentration may not be noticed, except in the case of carbon dioxide (hypercapnia). Notable examples of asphyxiant gases are nitrogen, argon, helium, butane and propane. Along with trace gases such as carbon dioxide and ozone.

Equipment and personnel must therefore be protected against combustible, toxic and flammable gases and asphyxiation at all times. Any laboratory using inert gases such as argon, nitrogen or helium as carrier gases or in cryogenics need to consider some sort of gas detection. More info..