Trolex Ltd specializing in gas detection, machine condition monitoring, environmental control and gas recovery monitoring systems. Trolex offers gas detectors, sensors, gas recovery monitoring systems to the mining industry.
Trolex has over 60 years of experience in developing market-leading safety technology products for hazardous environments.
Operating within the mining, tunnelling, oil and gas and other heavy industrial sectors, Trolex provides innovative technology to some of the world’s leading corporations in over 120 countries. Meeting international standards of compliance and certifications, Trolex protects lives and improves revenues by rapidly bringing to market safety technology products that significantly outperform our competition.
Trolex offers the latest in particulate monitoring, wireless, portable and fixed multi-gas detection systems, Ex Connectors, and strata monitoring technology, as well as a range of system technologies for complex multi-parameter sensing systems.
Component ManufacturerGas Detector, Sensors, Gas Recovery Monitoring System
TX6373 Toxic Gas Detector from Trolex
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