Other Chemicals Monitored

ChemDAQ specializes in difficult to detect chemical vapors used in various industries. Often times our customers also need to monitor more common chemical vapors as well. Below is a list of additional chemical vapor sensors available from ChemDAQ. If a chemical vapor that you are in need of detecting is not listed, then contact us by filling out the form below. 


Carbon MOnoxide (CO)

Carbon Monoxide is colorless and odorless, making it impossible for workers to know if they're being exposed. Worker exposure is typically due to leaks from exhaust vents or CO in air being drawn from outside air.

CO binds strongly to  the haemoglobin in blood preventing oxygen transportation.  Risks of exposure can include headaches, mental dullness, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, etc...

Hydrogen (H2)

Hydrogen gas is highly flammable and is odorless and colorless.  

The most common risk associated with hydrogen is its flammability/explosive characteristics when mixed with air.  Hydrogen is not toxic but in high concentrations can be a simple asphyxiant.

Chlorine Dioxide

Chlorine dioxide is a yellow strongly oxidizing gas with an unpleasant odor similar to chlorine.  It reacts violently with organic materials.

Symptoms of Chlorine Dioxide include irritation to eyes, nose and throat, coughing, wheezing, bronchitis, etc...


Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)

Sulfur dioxide has an acrid smell and is widely encountered as an air pollutant from the combustion of sulfur containing fuels.

Eye, nose and throat irritations and burns, rhinorrhea, choking, coughing, etc... can occur from exposure to Sulfur Dioxide.

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