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NevadaNano Partners with Recom Industriale to Deliver Industry-First MPS Fixed Gas Sensor for Marine Applications

Recom Industriale’s Gas Point Standalone Detectors Set New Standards in Safety, Reliability, and Accuracy Across Industries

RENO, NEVADA, November 30, 2021 – NevadaNano, the world’s leading innovator in gas detection sensor technology, announced a partnership with Recom Industrial in Genova, Italy, to deliver the Gas Point Safe Zone system, the world’s first Molecular Property Spectrometer™ (MPS™) fixed gas sensor for naval and shipyard environments.

The Gas Point Safe Zone MPS-driven detection system reduces maintenance costs and increases uptime, protecting workers in virtually any environment where flammable gas mixtures are present. In addition to marine applications, the new standalone Gas Point detectors are ideal for use in the petrochemical, agricultural, chemical, oil and gas, airline, and mining industries.

“Recom Industrial has a proven track record in providing gas detection solutions across a wide range of industries and applications,” said Gary Collins, general manager, EMEA, for NevadaNano. “By integrating our MPS sensor technology, Recom is setting the highest standard in performance, reliability, and accuracy that will help save lives and ensure business operations continue without interruption.”

Using MPS sensors, a single Gas Point detection tool quickly detects and precisely quantifies more than12 different types of gases and mixtures, improving safety conditions. Those who work in a work environment at risk can rely on a single, extremely reliable device to warn promptly of the onset of danger. Unlike traditional models, the MPS sensor requires only a standard factory calibration eliminating the need for periodic field calibration for up to five years. With built-in compensation for temperature, pressure, and humidity, the gas sensor can detect methane and combustible gas with exceptional accuracy even in rapidly changing environmental conditions, minimizing false positives. Based on microelectromechanical system (MEMS) technology, the gas sensor device is very robust and immune to drift, decay or poisoning.

About Recom Industriale

Recom Industriale S.r.l. in Genoa is an ISO 9001:2008 certified Company, established and operating since 1996 in the field of gas safety. It produces directly and trades in instruments for the gas detection and personal and environmental dust sampling, through innovative product lines, as an exclusive Company representation and with a specific independent planning and feasible activity.

About NevadaNano

NevadaNano provides ESG solutions for some of the world’s largest corporations, through Hardware Enabled SaaS solutions and advanced sensor technologies that detect methane and refrigerant leaks that are a major cause of global warming.  For information, visit or connect on LinkedIn.

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