Hydrogen Chloride Gas Detectors

Hydrogen Chloride (HCI) is a colorless gas at room temperature and forms hydrochloric acid fumes upon contact with atmospheric water vapor. Inhaling the vapors causes inflammation of the nose, throat, and upper respiratory tract, and can cause circulatory system failure or death in severe cases. Hydrogen chloride gas is often used to make hydrochloric acid for laboratory applications.
Hydrogen chloride gas and hydrochloric acid are both dangerous. Vapor levels must be continuously monitored to protect the health and safety of anyone who works with the substances.
Our hydrogen gas detectors provide accurate monitoring to prevent exposure to dangerous concentrations. We offer single point and dual sensor toxic gas detectors that are configured to meet your monitoring needs. Request a quote or contact us to learn more about our hydrogen chloride gas detectors.