Oldham Fixed Gas Detection
Founded as a family business in France in 1840, Oldham Gas is one of the leading safety, fire and gas detection companies in the world and the top supplier in France. Our mission is to save lives, and we bring more than 100 years of experience to every product we manufacture and every system we engineer and install. We specialize in the design and manufacture of fixed gas detection products and systems, resulting in an undiluted focus on maximizing performance, quality and reliability. Our gas detection products, which meet all major international certification standards, are used in numerous industries. Applications include oil and gas, offshore exploration and production, petrochemical, food and beverage, water treatment, automotive, steel production, liquid natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, pharmaceutical, power stations and many others. Manufactured in four countries, our products are sold through a worldwide system of distributors, manufacturers’ representatives and sales subsidiaries. Our customer commitment does not stop at product delivery—it encompasses ongoing services that include in-depth online and onsite training and 24/7 technical support.

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4055 Technology Forest Blvd.
The Woodlands, TX 77381
United States
Phone: 713.559.9200

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The WX16 controller is designed to offer maximum reliability and functionality. It can be configured in multiple ways to meet your application needs. It offers analog, digital and wireless capabilities, and it comes standard with four common alarm relays. more
  • The WX16 controller is designed to offer maximum reliability and functionality. It can be configured in multiple ways to meet your application needs. It offers analog, digital and wireless capabilities, and it comes standard with four common alarm relays. more
  • The MX 43 is an analog and digital controller designed for the continuous measurement and control of the gases present in the atmosphere. It manages both digital lines and analog channels, and it covers all needs for a wide variety of applications. The digital technology allows up to 32 detectors to be distributed on eight lines for increased cost savings. The MX 43 is now available with a... more
  • The Oldham OLCT 80 field detector/transmitter allows wireless connectivity in ATEX 1 zones. It is available as a remote version with flameproof or intrinsic safety-approved sensors, depending on the gases to be detected. This wireless option can greatly reduce installation costs. For more information, contact fixedsolutions@oldhamgas.com. more
  • Oldham's MPS IV is a mobile gas monitoring platform that can be rapidly deployed for gas monitoring needs in temporary or emergent applications. It is solar powered, has on-board strobe and siren and offers wireless communication, making it a truly stand-alone device. more
  • The MX 43 is an analog and digital controller designed for the continuous measurement and control of the gases present in the atmosphere. It manages both digital lines and analog channels, and it covers all needs for a wide variety of applications. The MX 43 digital technology allows up to 32 detectors to be distributed on eight lines for increased cost savings. more
  • An attractive solution for gas and flame detection needs, the MX 62 is a modular and flexible controller that is easy to install and reduces operational costs. The MX 62 system meets the requirements of ATEX 100A and offers the high level of security required by SK2- and SIL3-rated systems. more
  • The WX4 controller is designed to offer reliability and functionality. The WX4 can be configured in multiple ways to meet your application needs. It offers analog, digital and wireless capabilities, and it comes standard with two programmable alarm relays. more
  • Oldham understands the cost of equipment downtime and false alarms, so it ensures that all of its products are designed with maximum reliability in mind. The WX64 controller can be configured in multiple ways to meet your application needs. It offers analog, digital and wireless capabilities, and it comes standard with five relays. more
  • The iTrans fixed-point gas monitor employs an intelligent electronics platform to provide one or two points of detection from a single head for maximum flexibility, superior performance and low installation costs. more
  • Designed for the detection of explosive gases, toxic gases or oxygen, this device comes with either a Wheatstone bridge output (OLC 100) or 4–20mA output (OLCT 100). Whatever your application, Oldham offers solutions: a catalytic, electrochemical, semiconductor or poison control version. ATEX approved, these detectors are available in explosion-safe or intrinsically safe versions. more
  • The OLCT 10N is a digital gas detector designed to detect toxic gases or oxygen. Intended for use in combination with the MX 43, the OLCT 10N provides a fast and accurate response. Up to 32 detectors can be connected on the same digital line or distributed on eight lines. more
  • Oldham understands the cost of equipment downtime and false alarms, so it ensures that all of its products are designed with maximum reliability in mind. The OLCT 200’s hardware is assessed to be SIL–2-capable, its security mode allows for lockout of critical parameters, it features "fault supervision" circuitry and it offers programmable warm-up and cal delays to avoid false alarms. more
  • Offshore platforms, petrochemical and chemical industries, naval installations, wastewater treatment plants—in these types of environments, infrared technology is very often the only solution. The OLCT IR is built to withstand these harsh environments, which require efficient gas and flame detection. more
  • The SafEye Xenon 700 consists of an advanced Xenon Flash infrared transmitter (source) and infrared detector (receiver), separated over a line of sight from 13 ft (4 m) up to 460 ft (140 m) to detect and quantify the presence of flammable gas, even when challenged by extremely harsh environments where dust, fog, rain, snow or vibration can cause a high reduction of signal. more
  • SharpEye detectors are designed for all fire types. Their ability to analyze spectrums gives them a high level of reliability. Optical technology enables SharpEye detectors to sense radiation dispersed by flames and the byproducts of combustion. Depending on the model, a SharpEye can use one or several sensors in UV, IR or a combination of both. more

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MX 43 Product Overview


Oldham Adds USB Module to Controller

Oldham has improved the storage capacity of its MX 43 controller by adding a USB module. The USB option provides the user continuous data logging on the USB key at a... more

Oldham Offers Wireless Gas Sensors

Oldham’s flagship OLCT 80 field transmitter model now allows wireless connectivity in ATEX 1 zones. The OLCT 80 Wireless is available as a remote version, with... more

Industrial Scientific Oldham S.A.S Achieves ISO14001:2004 Certification

Company also renewed ISO9001:2000 certificateIndustrial Scientific Oldham, an innovative leader in gas detectors and gas monitoring equipment, has been certified to the... more

Infrared vs. Catalytic Bead Technology: Pros and Cons

“We need the highest level of protection and lowest long-term cost of ownership. Do I use infrared or catalytic bead technology to detect combustible gases?” This is a... more

A Look at Hazardous Location Certifications

How does purchasing a product with a hazardous location certification benefit the purchaser? To answer that question, an overview of the certification process is... more

Trends in Monitoring H2S Hazards

As the price of oil pushes toward all-time highs, domestic land-based exploration and production are at near-record levels, particularly in the various shale formations... more

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