Here are some dynamic converters —featuring a handy set of tools to convert between various gas concentration units of measurement. Several other goodies are also included.
The gas concentration unit converters are said to be the best on the Web, and have garnered hundreds of thousands of visits. Check out our Knowledge Base articles on gas concentration units of measurement. While we have taken every precaution to assure that the files are accurate, we cannot accept any responsibility for errors.
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First, the gas detection converters… (Click a toggle below to open—and please allow a few seconds for the app to load)
Multi-unit simultaneous converters. You’ll like these… (Click a toggle below to open—and please allow a few seconds for the app to load)
Download Josh Madison’s wonderful freeware Units conversion program
Try Matthew Monroe’s feature-packed freeware Molecular Weight Calculator
Bankrate.com’s Amortization Schedule Calculator
Calculator.net’s best-in-class Random Password Generator. You’ll use this one all the time.
Do you need help with any of these converters? Are they part of a current or future gas detection application?
The first step in any gas detection application is to determine the gas(es) of interest. The second is figuring out the range of measurement, using the appropriate units. Our engineers are ready to assist you. Please contact us.