Detector Starter Kit With DeNova Detect Monitors and LoRaWAN Gateway

Heath is proud to announce our collaboration with Senet and New Cosmos to offer residential and commercial natural gas detection starter kits. This is the perfect package for proof of concept of utility monitored connected devices using LoRaWAN if you do not have an AMI network.

Case Study: Natural gas alarm system enhances public safety, quickens emergency response

Nearly 100,000 natural gas detectors were installed across New York City and Westchester County…

Non-Connected Wireless Natural Gas Alarms for Enhanced Safety

Natural gas companies across the United States are realizing the importance of using technology for the detection of natural gas leaks in our communities and not relying simply on the human nose. The DeNova Detect® ML-310ES Natural Gas Detector can take the guesswork out of the equation for home or business owners when it comes to a potential natural gas leak. The ML-310ES gas detector uses micro-electromechanical systems or MEMS which allows for a more accurate and quicker response time to a leak at 10% LEL. The result allows emergency personnel to respond quickly for and an increased window of time to safely evacuate the area. The goal remains the same – protecting lives and property.

Press Release: Heath Consultants Announces Agreement with New Cosmos USA for Rights to Sell Residential Methane Alarms to the Natural Gas Utility Industry

The partnership will expand availability of alarms to improve public safety and reduce the risk of potential incidents

 Houston, TX – January 19, 2023 – Heath Consultants Incorporated, the leading methane detection equipment manufacturer, developer and service provider to the natural gas industry, today announced a landmark agreement with New Cosmos USA, Inc. to be the exclusive distributor of its best-in-class DeNova Detect AMI residential methane gas alarms to natural gas utilities in the United States. New Cosmos USA, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of New Cosmos Electric Co., Ltd., which has a 70% market share in the residential methane gas alarm market in Japan and has sold more than 70 million residential methane gas alarms worldwide.

August 16, 2022 – An Overview of Leak Detection Solutions for Improving Gas Safety