Recom Industriale, with a view to expanding its business in the gas detection sector, is in the process of completing the developing of new products and solutions are already in the road map. New sensor/transmitters will be ready soon, which will present themselves with modern and versatile technical characteristics, to meet all applications and installations needs in the field. The range of new gas sensors will also include a new PID sensor for measuring VOCs and a new line of Infrared sensors for detecting hydrocarbons, methane and CO2. The new Gas Screen 40 control unit, to be fixed to the wall, with 7″ colour display, integrated WiFi and data logger, will also be available in a version for rack mounting with marine certification. The Multipoint system has also been renewed and recently supplied for various applications, not only in the naval sector and it is made according to the customer’s specifications, who can choose the type of sensors to be installed and the number of ways from which to sample the air to be controlled.

For marine application Recom has updated to the new MED directive for its gas sensors and for the Explorer 4 control unit. The next step will be to proceed with the Type Approval of different naval registers, to satisfy the requests coming from Europe, China and the Middle East. The marine market and the development of the sector linked to LNG are strategic sectors for Recom’s core business which, with its new and innovative solutions, can satisfy the gas detection requirements in these sectors.

It then remains active in the portable instrumentation sector, with the distribution in the Italian territory of Riken Keiki, GMI (Teledyne), Honeywell, Kitagawa.

The technical service has also recently been strengthened. The calibration laboratory, accredited by RINA, operates in accordance with the ISO 17025 standard and can now count on trained technicians available for interventions 24/24. The network of international partners is able to provide service in different parts of the world and quickly.