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Who we are, and why we’re different
Founded in 1975, Interscan Corporation is internationally recognized, by government and industry alike, as the go-to company for toxic gas detection instruments—and the necessary record-keeping software. In a world of me-too products, “one size fits all” pseudo-engineering, and corporate mergers that seem to discourage the individual attention you deserve, Interscan is dedicated to old-fashioned customer service.
Above all, we make sure that what you buy from us is ideally suited to your specific needs—AND is cost effective.
Here’s why you should choose Interscan for your gas detection requirements
- Interscan has unmatched applications expertise, and an installed base of hundreds of thousands of instruments. We know how to solve your gas detection problem!
- Interscan makes its own sensors. Thus, we are not dependent on another company for the very heart of our instruments. What’s more, with our ongoing R&D, if your application presents unique challenges, we can usually modify a sensor to match your needs.
- Gas detection is our only business, so we have to do a better job! For a more in-depth look, surf through our website, via the menu at the right. There you’ll find links to our portable gas analyzers, continuous monitoring systems, and data logging/data acquisition products, along with a host of useful technical information—geared to gas detection.
Your next step? Use any means you like to contact one of our applications engineers for more details—on how to monitor ethylene oxide—or a quick-response quotation. We invite you to discover how INTERSCAN is your one-stop source for the finest in gas detection instrumentation!
What applications can we cover?
While we are best known for manufacturing instruments (variously known as gas analyzers, gas detectors, gas monitors, and fixed or installed or continuous gas monitoring systems) built around our own sensors…
Interscan can also put together custom-designed systems to detect any gas or combination of gases.
Experience has shown that custom-designed systems are usually less costly, and far less troublesome, than standard products jury-rigged into specialized service.