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Moving Towards a Greener Future, Safely.

A number of countries have made commitments to move to a net zero emissions economy in response to climate science showing that carbon emissions are having a devastating effect on our planet. To achieve this, existing clean energy types are being ramped up, as well as brand new technologies being introduced to meet our energy demands. Throughout these existing and new technologies come many risks that must be properly addressed to maximise safety for all involved.


Hydrogen Production, Storage, Transportation and Usage

Hydrogen (H2) is one of the most important sources of clean energy. In a move towards a more sustainable future, the number of hydrogen production and distribution facilities is expanding. With decades of experience in the process industry, Dräger is the ideal partner for customers and stakeholders – especially new players on the market – in assessing risks and providing comprehensive consultancy and hydrogen safety solutions. Dräger offers the first point of contact for hydrogen safety issues with thorough knowledge of the hazards of working with hydrogen.

Our Solutions

For safe production, storage and distribution of hydrogen, various detection technologies must be employed to build efficient levels of protection as a comprehensive safety solution. Hydrogen sensor devices provide instant alerts in case of hazardous leaks or risks of combustion.

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Dräger Polytron® 8900 UGLD


Dräger Pac® 8500


Dräger X-am® 5600


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Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)

One of the key technologies to reach the globally committed target to restrict the global warming to significantly below 2°C is Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS). CCUS could not only decarbonize CO2 intense industries but might also contribute to extract already emitted CO2 from the atmosphere. Large investments from Industry and government are being made to push these applications.


Carbon Capture at Present

Today, only a handful of commercial CC(U)S plants exist but a very large number of new projects which have been funded by the government have arose in the last years that target either research, demonstration or commercial use. With the current and planned global investments into CCUS technology it is a significantly growing market and a crucial part in the energy transition.


Understanding the dangers of Carbon Capture

The danger for capturing carbon lies in predominantly in the fact that the gas is odourless and displaces oxygen. There is a risk of breathing difficulties, dizziness or disorientation. Concentrations of more than 10% can lead to serious illness or potential fatalities. The occupational exposure limit (OEL) for CO2 is 5000 ppm or 0,5% by volume. This limit describes the concentration in the air we breathe up to which carbon dioxide has no noticeable effect on the body.

Our Solutions

Our fixed and mobile gas detection solutions for CO2 and O2 monitoring can significantly reduce the danger of CO2. Our Infrared sensors offer a very reliable ppm measurement levels. View our product solutions below or speak to our product experts to discuss a bespoke solution.


Dräger Polytron® 6100 EC WL

The Dräger Polytron 6100 EC WL is a wireless transmitter for continuous monitoring of toxic gases and oxygen.


Dräger X-am® 8000

Clearance measurement was never this easy and convenient.

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Dräger X-am® 5600 

 Dräger X-am 5600 is the smallest gas detection instrument for the measurement of up to 6 gases

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Dräger Saver PP 

The Saver PP Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus allows safe, effective and uncomplicated escape from hazardous environments, even if H2S is present. 


Lithium Ion Battery Production

Lithium Ion Batteries are set to play a critical role in delivering our low-carbon future, largely as a result of the critical role they will play in transforming the future of the transport, by rapidly accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) and the decarbonisation of the electricity grid. Within the world we are seeing gigafactories being set up to meet the demand of our changing transport landscape. Within these gigafactories there can be the risk of coming into contact with hazardous substances as well as the risk of fire and explosion. Dräger can offer expert advice around how to keep plant and personnel safe within these new environments.

Our Solutions

Energise your plant safety with gas and flame detection and monitoring solutions. The manufacturing of lithium-ion batteries requires a robust and reliable monitoring system. For example, to identify flammable, explosive gases in the LEL range or to detect the release of electrolytes and solvents in toxic ppm concentrations.


Dräger Polytron® 7000


Dräger X-am® 2800


Dräger X-pid® 9500


Dräger X-plore® 8000



Methanol (chemical formula CH4O or CH3OH) is the simplest alcohol, has the lowest carbon content and highest hydrogen content of any liquid fuel. There are various production methods available from several different feed-stock resources including methanol from natural gas, methanol from coal and also methanol from biomass. Additionally, from renewable resources like black liquor from pulp and paper mills, forest thinning or agricultural waste, and even directly from CO2 that is captured from power plants. 

Our Solutions

Due to the highly explosive and the toxic nature of Methanol, care needs to be taken when working in areas where it may be present. It is important where to take readings – as Methanol can be either lighter or in some situations, heavier than air.


Dräger X-am® 8000


Dräger Flame 5000


Dräger X-plore® 8000


Dräger CPS 7900



Ammonia production accounts for around 45% of global hydrogen consumption, or around 33 million tonnes (Mt) of hydrogen in 2020. Replacing conventional ammonia with renewable ammonia produced from renewable hydrogen presents an early opportunity for action in decarbonising the chemical sector and supporting clean tech and the energy transition. New applications being explored include renewable ammonia as a zero-carbon fuel in the maritime sector and for stationary power generation as well as a hydrogen carrier for long-range transport.

Our Solutions

Due to the highly Toxic nature of Ammonia care needs to be taken when working in areas where Ammonia may be present. It is important where to take readings – as Ammonia is lighter than air measurements should be taken in pockets or high up!

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Dräger Polytron® 8900 UGLD


Dräger Pac® 8000


Dräger X-plore® 8000


Dräger CPS 5800


Gas Detection Roadshow

With the Gas Detection Car, we demonstrate you reliable and the most innovative solutions for gas and flame detection working together in a complete system. Experience Dräger gas detection technologies live.

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