Mil-Ram Technology, Inc.
MIL-RAM TECHNOLOGY, Inc. is a leading innovator in industrial gas detection specializing in fixed systems utilizing our unique no false alarms sensor technology. We are a technical, engineering based company with strong emphasis on product design and customization to meet specific application requirements. Since 1990, MIL-RAM has developed a comprehensive and evolving product line offering practical and cost-effective gas detection solutions to numerous industries worldwide. Our dedication to customer service, applications engineering and product research & development reflects our ongoing commitment to meeting current and future gas detection needs of industry. MIL-RAM detects hundreds of different gases and vapors - Toxic, Combustible LEL, Oxygen deficiency, VOCs, Hydrocarbons.

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48009 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538
United States
Toll-free: 888-464-5726
Phone: 510-656-2001
Fax: 510-656-2004

Product Categories

Gas Indicators & Detectors; Monitoring Systems; Monitors; Instrumentation, Hydrogen Sulfide; Instrumentation, Water Quality Monitoring

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