Revolutionary Flame Detectors Now Available

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LGM Products Partners with Flame and Gas Detection Inc. for Unparalleled Safety Solutions in Marine, Fire Detection, and Industrial Markets!

LGM Products, is thrilled to announce the addition of Flame and Gas Detection Inc. as a trusted supplier, further expanding its Flame Detection product offerings for the marine, fire detection and industrial sectors.

With the inclusion of the highly acclaimed IR3 and UV/IR versions of FlameSpec flame detectors, customers can now benefit from enhanced safety measures and reliable detection solutions.

Flame and Gas Detection Inc. has earned a reputable status in the industry for their cutting-edge technologies and commitment to safety since their establishment in 2017.

The IR3 and UV/IR versions of flame detectors boast a remarkable range of approvals, making them a preferred choice for various applications. These detectors have been extensively tested and certified to meet stringent industry standards; including ATEX, IECEX, EN54 and Marine.

A further standout feature of Flame and Gas Detection Inc. is their commitment to prompt delivery, even for larger quantities. Whether it’s a small-scale installation or a larger-scale deployment, LGM Products guarantees efficient and timely delivery to meet customer needs.

“We are delighted to partner with Flame and Gas Detection Inc., a company that shares our commitment to safety and innovation,” said Dan Smith, Business Development Manager for LGM Products. “By offering their superior range of IR3 and UV/IR flame detectors, we are equipping our customers in the marine, fire detection, and industrial sectors with reliable, quality products. The wide range of approvals and the speedy delivery time, even on larger quantities, further reinforces our dedication to providing exceptional service.”

For more information, see the IR3 and UV/IR flame detectors offered by LGM online, call our sales team on +44 1252 725257 or email

This news story was posted on 20 Jul 2023.

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