Just-concluded exhibition at packed Gaylord Texan Resort and Conference Center impressed countless attendees with company's innovative, industry-leading gas detectors, Gas Clip Technologies reports
Cedar Hill, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/28/2015 -- Gas Clip Technologies, a leading producer of portable gas detector equipment, reported the success of the company's just-concluded showing at the 31st annual National VPPPA Safety & Health Conference. From August 24 through 27 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Conference Center, Gas Clip Technologies representatives exhibited the company's multi gas detector units and other products, impressing conference attendees with their long service life, low maintenance requirements, and other best-in-class features. Gas Clip Technologies will attend a number of other conferences this year, including the NSC Conference & Expo in Atlanta at the end of September.
"One of the most enjoyable opportunities for us is being able to show in person just how much our gas detectors have to offer," Gas Clip Technologies representative Brent Dyson said, "That is even more the case when we get to do so on our home turf. It was incredibly rewarding to make the short trip over to Grapevine to exhibit our products at the National VPPPA Conference. We thank everybody who stopped by booth #909 and look forward to our upcoming showings at several other conferences this year."
The Voluntary Protection Programs Participants' Association is a global-scale group that, for over three decades, has helped members find effective ways of complying with safety regimes at all levels. The organization's annual Safety and Health conference is one of the largest and longest-running of its kind in the world. This year's event brought together more than 300 exhibitors and participants and experts from over 400 industries, with a packed schedule of 100-plus workshops adding even more to see and learn.
With a unique line of innovative gas detection tools that do away with many of the weaknesses commonly associated with such equipment, Gas Clip Technologies was an especially popular exhibitor at this year's VPPPA Safety and Health conference in Grapevine, Texas. Reliable gas detection equipment is critical to a wide range of industries, whether in the form of a single gas detector tuned to pick up on a particular flammable gas or devices that are capable of sensing a number of potentially hazardous but invisible substances of this sort.
Unfortunately, conventional portable gas detection equipment can be difficult to live with. Most units on the market are based on energy-hungry pellistor detection technology that means they need to be recharged multiple times per working day. Such equipment also typically needs frequent calibration in order to remain accurate, another requirement that adds to operating costs, reduces efficiency, and detracts from the basic usefulness of the devices.
Gas Clip products make use of innovative technologies to overcome these issues. The company's disposable Single Gas Clip Plus unit, for example, provides a full 24 months of affordable, guaranteed, hassle-free service. Its Multi Gas Clip portable gas detector lasts for up to 4 months on a single charge with typical usage, supplying 2 straight months of always-on service and only needing calibration twice a year.
These industry-leading products and other Gas Clip Technologies offerings were big hits with attendees at the just-concluded, 31st annual VPPPA Safety & Health Conference, with many who saw them expressing outright surprise at their capabilities. The next stop on the Gas Clip Technologies exhibition schedule will be the NSC Conference & Expo in Atlanta from September 28 through 31, after which the company will exhibit at the A+A Hall in Dusseldorf, Germany, from October 27 through 30 and at ADIPEC in Abu Dhabi from November 9 through 12.
About Gas Clip Technologies
For over 30 years, Gas Clip Technologies has consistently advanced the state of the art in gas detection, producing innovative equipment that greatly outlasts and outperforms the competition.