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Trace Level Accuracy Through Active Sampling

Detect even the slightest levels of gas, quicker than any passive device on the market.

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The Importance of Active sampling

Active sampling in gas detectors provides precise control over the air volume entering the sensor, ensuring rapid detection and accurate readings of gas concentrations, unlike passive sampling which relies on natural air movement and may result in slower response times and less reliable data.


By controlling the air sample volume and flow, active sampling allows for the rapid detection of gas concentrations, improving the sensitivity and accuracy of measurements even in low concentration scenarios.

Why is active sampling necessary?

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  • Precision at Your Fingertips: Active sampling guarantees precise and reliable air quality readings, outperforming passive sampling’s unpredictable nature with accuracy.
  • Speed Saves: In the race against time, active sampling is your swift guardian. It quickly senses hazardous gases before they pose a threat
  • Access the Inaccessible: Active sampling accesses hard- to-reach areas with ease, providing a comprehensive view of air safety where passive sampling falls short.
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Yes, we provide comprehensive training for users to ensure they understand how to operate and maintain their gas detection equipment effectively.
You can order directly from our website by visiting this page and filling out the form. An Interscan staff member will reach out to you shortly after.
Our gas detectors come with a standard 1-year warranty, covering manufacturing defects and providing peace of mind for our customers.
Yes, many of our gas detection systems can be integrated with other safety and monitoring systems, such as fire alarms, ventilation controls, and building management systems.
Yes, our gas detectors meet or exceed industry standards and regulations for safety and performance, including those set by OSHA, ANSI, and other relevant organizations.