Health & Safety
H2scan Corporation Receives the Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency (KOSHA) Certificate of Compliance
Apr 09 2009
H2scan Corporation (USA) announce the Company has received a Certificate of Compliance from the Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency (KOSHA) for its HY ALERTA™ 1600 Intrinsically Safe Area Hydrogen Monitor and HY-OPTIMA™ 1700 Intrinsically Safe Process Hydrogen Analyzer. They are also ATEX Certified (Atmosphere Explosive).H2scan’s Vice President of Sales and Business Development Cyril Berg stated, “Having these two units receive the KOSHA Certificate of Compliance in addition to their current ATEX certification is an important step for us to penetrate the Korean market. It will provide us and our Korean distributor, Young Heung Corporation, the necessary leverage in selling these products.” H2scan’s HY-ALERTA 1600 Intrinsically Safe Area Hydrogen Monitor provides fixed area hydrogen specific measurement for hydrogen concentrations as low as 4000 ppm and can be scaled to any concentration up to 5% hydrogen by volume. Additionally, its hydrogen specific sensor technology has no cross sensitivity to other combustible gases, thus eliminating false alarms and ensuring safety system reliability. With a 10 year product life expectancy, it also proves to be fiscally prudent.
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