The NEW Riken Keiki GX-3R Pro is a revolution in compact design. Ideal for confined work space, where its size means it can be positioned in the breathing zone without interfering with work.MORE INFORMATION
A complete range of Portable Gas Monitors used throughout industry for applications such as Confined Space, Oxygen Depletion / Enrichment, Hydrogen Monitoring, Benzene Specific, ppm Gas Leak Detection, Purging & Inerting.View the range
We offer a full range of Fixed Gas Monitors for Flammable, Oxygen, & Toxic gases used across many industries including Marine Oil & Gas Cargo Carriers, Gas Distribution, Semiconductor Fabs, Laboratories, Water, Steel.View the range
Powerful portable instrument for monitoring confined space gases plus slots for 2 smart sensors for PID, IR, or Toxic sensors.
Riken Keiki GD-70D is an intelligent sample drawing fixed gas monitor which can mount over 250 different gas sensors for 150 plus gases and ranges.
The Riken Keiki model OX-600 is a low cost stand-alone Oxygen deficiency or enrichment monitor suitable for applications such as nitrogen storage rooms in labs and hospitals.
We are the UK’s authorised service centre for Riken Keiki and RKI Instruments. Our trained and experienced service engineers will thoroughly examine your gas monitoring equipment to check it’s in good working condition prior to service and calibration. All Riken and RKI equipment are serviceable and repairable; designed for durability and longevity. If there’s a problem, it can nearly always be fixed or repaired economically. If not, we’ll offer a discounted new replacement.Find Out More
Battery banks are used to store energy generated by renewables, emergency power in data centres and motive power for electric forklifts and carts etc . The need for gas monitoring occurs while these batteries are being charged. Typically, batteries are continuously trickle charged. After heavy battery use or discharge, a higher charge voltage is used to quickly restore the batteries to full capacity. This charging process generates hydrogen gas which is emitted into the battery storage / recharge room. The faster the charge rate is, the higher the hydrogen generation rate.View Story
There is much interest in power-to-gas (P2G), a technology where surplus power from solar power or wind generation is used to synthesize hydrogen, which can then be converted to fuel gas for storage or consumption.View Story
Li-ion battery electrodes are manufactured by casting a slurry onto a metallic current collector. The slurry contains an active material, conductive carbon, and a binder. The binder is pre-dissolved in a solvent, most commonly N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone (NMP). After mixing, the resulting slurry is cast onto the current collector and then dried. Evaporating the solvent to create a dry porous electrode is needed to fabricate the battery. Drying can take a wide range of time with some electrodes taking 24 hours at more than 120 °C to completely dry.View Story