The mining version of the point infrared gas detector GD10P has now been MSHA (Mining Safety and Health Agency) approved for use in the US mining industry. GD10PM already hold approvals for Europe and South Africa. GD10PM will be used directly on mining machinery, and is the only IR gas detector approved for this usage, due the immunity to vibration of the semiconductor infrared light source used by GD10PM. The system will be a significant improvement compared to the current technology used in mines, both for safety and maintenance cost. For further information please contact: Claus Fossum, Head of Detection Systems Division Phone +47 91 78 36 43 Odd Gilinsky, Product Manager Phone +47 99 52 34 04 Homepage: www.simtronics.eu Simtronics ASA (Oslo Stock Exchange: SIMTRO) works to prevent disasters from happening. The company is an international supplier of fire and gas safety systems, active fire fighting solutions and fire prevention systems. Simtronics' flame and gas detectors represent the most accurate, reliable and robust safety technology available. The Company's products, solutions and systems are used by the oil and gas industry as well as in shipping, petrochemical and other process industries and in mining. Simtronics has a well established market base in Europe with Norway, France, UK and Germany as the single most important markets. Simtronics' heritage goes back to 1948.


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Simtronics group er en internasjonal leverandør av gass- og flammedeteksjonsystemer, slokkeløsninger og brannsikringssystemer. Våre systemer og løsninger benyttes globalt for å oppdage gass og brannlekkasjer. Simtronics representerer den mest presise, driftssikre og robuste sikkerhetsteknologi på markedet. Systemene og løsningene brukes i tillegg til olje- og gassindustrien innenfor bransjer som shipping, petrokjemisk industri og andre prosessindustrier så vel som i gruveindustrien. Simtronics har en etablert markedsbase i Europa med Norge, Frankrike, Storbritannia og Tyskland som de viktigste markedene. Simtronics virksomhet har røtter tilbake til 1948.