Toxic Gas Monitors Showcased on Expo Floor

San Jose, Calif.-based RAE Systems Inc., a provider of rapidly deployable sensor networks designed to identify safety and security threats in real time, is one of about 800 exhibitors in the Expo hall here at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., a vital and bustling part of the 2009 NSC Congress & Expo. Companies from all parts of the globe are on hand with all manner of products and services applicable to different segments of the safety, health, security, and environmental protection markets.

RAE Systems, at Expo booth #1211, is this year showcasing its lines of personal, portable, and wireless toxic gas monitors for industrial safety--products that are designed specifically to protect workers in confined space entry, chemical plants, oil refineries, and hazardous work situations where real-time situational awareness of air quality is critical.

"We have continued to build out our product line-up, particularly with products aimed at improving worker safety," said Bill Jackson, RAE's vice president of marketing. "Our broad product offering now includes single-gas monitors with calibration stations, hand-held instruments, and wireless monitoring systems. All of these solutions are designed to offer our customers products and technologies that address the critical components of their work, as well as offer lower cost of ownership and increase the efficiency of their operations."

Featured products at RAE's booth are the latest generation of photoionization detectors for the detection of volatile organic compounds used in plastics, petrochemicals, fuels, solvents, and environmental remediation; wireless gas monitors and a radio repeater, configured for real-time monitoring of confined spaces at oil refineries and chemical plant retrofits, shutdowns, or "turn-arounds"; a 4-gas monitor using the patented SPE™ sensor for oxygen level, plus sensors for carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and lower explosive limit gases; and other products offering breathing zone protection for worker safety available specifically configured for H2S and CO monitoring. All are on display at booth #1211, with more information available at www.raesystems.com.

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