Det-Tronics has been providing proven flame detection, gas detection and hazard mitigation systems for high-risk processes and critical industrial operations worldwide since 1973. The company designs, manufactures and commissions certified SIL 2-capable flame and gas detection solutions. Det-Tronics products carry performance and safety certifications from globally recognized third-party testing agencies and approval bodies. A global leader in fire- and gas-safety systems, Det-Tronics is part of Carrier, a leading global provider of innovative HVAC, refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies.
Det-Tronics has sales and service offices worldwide, providing local assistance from project definition to field support in the oil, gas and petrochemical, automotive, aerospace, munitions, and chemical industries. The corporate headquarters of Det-Tronics is located in Minneapolis, MN, USA, where flame, gas, mitigation products, and systems are designed, manufactured, and tested for installations around the world
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