In the 19th century, it was common to find a canary at the bottom of the mines.
Highly sensitive to carbon monoxide (CO) fumes, the little yellow bird served as a reference tool when it died or passed out, miners would rush out of the mine.
At that time, CO was almost impossible to detect for people without modern equipment.
Today gas detectors exist, at Teledyne Gas and Flame Detection we have over 20.
Detection is in our DNA.
Every year, the ISO 9001, 14001 or 45001 certification audits are conducted in our different premises. The success of these audits reflects the daily involvement of each person as well as the contribution of all the company's players to the Quality, Health, Safety and Environment management system. A motivation to always progress for the highest satisfaction of all: customers, partners and employees.
Ensuring the safety of your teams, your facilities and the compliance of your site is a responsibility and a daily commitment. A gas leak may be odorless and colorless, but it represents a real danger. Explosion, intoxication or corrosion of your equipment: don't wait any longer, let us guide you.
We are pleased to announce that all business activities of Teledyne Detcon, including manufacturing, are now relocated to a Teledyne owned facility in Cypress, TX USA. This is just 30 miles south from our current leased facility in The Woodlands, TX USA. By moving into a Teledyne owned facility, Teledyne is making a long-term investment in Teledyne Detcon and will be able to create an America Center of Excellence for Gas Detection products and service in Cypress which will be an opportunity to better support our customers.
We are very pleased to present Gazy, our mascot expert in industrial applications and solutions adapted to your needs in gas and flame detection systems.
Just let us guide you and discover the world of Gazy!