Here you will find an overview of measuring instruments from Sewerin for gas leak detection. Our portfolio includes gas warning devices, gas leak detectors, gas concentration measuring devices, multigas meters, combination measuring devices, ethane detectors, biogas measuring devices and a whole lot more...
Multiple gas measuring device with infrared sensors - optimised for biogas and landfill gas
Multi-gas measuring device with infrared sensors and extended measuring range for hydrogen sulphide
Combined gas warning and measuring device for monitoring processes and personal safety at landfill sites, sewage treatment facilities and biogas plants
The entry-level model for automated gas analysis supporting process optimisation
The premium system for gas analysis and volume measuring supporting professional process optimisation
Combination measuring devices for gas supply with integrated ethane detector
Flame ionisation detectors for inspecting underground gas lines
Software for the digital documentation of pipe network inspection
The specialist for leak detection with tracer gas and hydrogen
Cost-effective combination measuring devices for gas supply networks
Vehicle-based solution for the network inspection of underground gas pipes:economical – laser-based – fully automatic
The intelligent network patrol for maximum safety of networks
Detecting, measuring and warning - Everything you need
Measuring device for load testing, leak tightness testing and serviceability testing in accordance with TRGI and for regulator inspection
Gas leak detector with or without pump - for indoor installations and house tests
Gas leak detector for leak detection in indoor gas installations
Safety made easy!
Multiple gas warning device with catalytic sensor and nonane certification
Versatile multiple gas warning device for workplace monitoring
Fresh air in the pit - inspect pits safely
The test sets to gas concentration measuring and gas warning devices of the EX-TEC PM 5xx/400 series.
for testing and adjustment of SEWERIN measuring devices