General Monitors opens Fire and Gas Systems Web Site

  • August 21, 2007
  • General Monitors
  • News
LAKE FOREST, CA - August 21, 2007 - General Monitors launched a new fire and gas systems web site that is designed as a resource for safety professionals worldwide who are responsible for protecting people, equipment and facilities. The new hazardous monitoring systems web site is located at www.gmsystemsgroup.com/.The new site provides an overview of various fire and gas system designs, applications information, a comprehensive SIL (Safety Integrity Level) resource center, expert technical how-to articles, answers to frequently asked questions and more.The web site’s informative resources share expertise developed by General Monitors Systems Group (GMS) based on implementing monitoring solutions worldwide for over 45 years. GMS has helped to implement safety systems, solutions and technologies in Asia, the Americas, Africa, Europe and the Middle East. GMS develops and deploys scaleable, modular fire and gas system solutions -- from single-point devices to large distributed systems -- with advanced communications and intuitive operator interfaces. Regional facilities allow the company to design and build to country, regional and / or international standards.No matter which industry or application, GMS provides systems, technologies and solutions to meet today’s plant needs for hazardous environment monitoring. From single-point gas or flame detection to large multi-point PLC or DCS systems, plant and process engineers can rely on GMS for safe, reliable, cost-effective plant protection solutions and equipment. The experts at GMS have deep field and technical experience with fire and gas detection systems meeting global safety approvals and standards, including ATEX, FM, CSA, CE-Marking, GOST, IEC, ISO, NFPA 72, SIL and more. They design and develop fire and gas system solutions using advanced sensor technologies that include Point and Open Path Infrared (IR); Electro-Catalytic Bead; Electrochemical Cell; MOS Semiconductor; UV/IR and Multi-Spectral IR; and Neural Networks.Their monitoring system solutions are designed with a modular, flexible approach to meet customer requirements for combustible gas, toxic gas and flame detection. The company employs the highest-quality components in hardwired controller-based systems, PLC-based systems or addressable systems networked via computer. They offer a wide range of solutions, from custom-engineered systems to off-the-shelf products. About General Monitors Systems GroupThe General Monitors Systems Group (GMS) is a business unit of General Monitors, a global leader in fire and gas detection systems that protect people, equipment and facilities. GMS operates facilities in California, Texas and Singapore. Learn More

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