BW Technologies by Honeywell
BW Technologies by Honeywell is an industry-leading producer of innovative gas detection instrumentation for protection from an extensive range of toxic gases, combustibles and oxygen hazards. Showcasing a full line of portable, fixed and stand-alone equipment, BW utilizes advanced micro-controllers and cutting-edge sensing technology to design and produce some of the smallest, most user-friendly and cost-effective instruments in the gas detection industry. BW Technologies, an ISO 9001 certified company, produces technologically advanced products to meet safety needs in industrial, municipal, and commercial markets, creating the safest possible environments for our customers.

Address

405 Barclay Blvd.
Lincolnshire, IL 60069
United States
Phone: 1-888-749-8878
Fax: 817-274-8321

Product Categories

Leak Detection Products; Gas Indicators & Detectors; Safety & Personal Protection Products; Monitors; Instruments

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