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Meet the largest gathering of


Gas Detection & Sensing Companies at WWEM 2016


The main objective of the Gas Detection and Hazard Zone at WWEM is to provide visitors with access to all of the available technologies for both portable and fi xed gas detection and monitoring. Experts will be available to demonstrate equipment, offer technical help and advice, and will be supported by a comprehensive range of workshops covering subjects such as calibration, SIL plant safety, ATEX and technologies such as electrochemical sensors, NDIR, PID, Ion Mobility and Catalytic Gas Sensors.


Visitors to WWEM will be encouraged to discuss product and service needs with leading manufacturers and service providers. Visitors will be able to participate/attend over 80 informative walk-in and walk-out workshops free of charge on standards, legislation, safety, ATEX, new technologies and compliance.


WWEM will be most relevant to visitors from the process,water, food, beverage, petrochemical, manufacturing and environmental sectors.


Tel: +44 (0)1727 858840 email: info@wwem.uk.com


Supporting Trade Associations


Follow us: @WWEM_Exhibition www.wwem.uk.com


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