Tyco Launches New Gas and Flame Detection Brand

Published Mar 15, 2016
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Five global companies under one brand provide complete gas and flame detection solutions (illustration: Tyco International)

Tyco International has announced the formation of Tyco Gas & Flame Detection, a new operating brand of Tyco Life Safety Products division. Under this new brand, Tyco intends to be the global solutions provider of choice for all entities with gas and flame detection needs.

The launch of Tyco Gas & Flame Detection represents the culmination of integration activities since Tyco’s acquisition of Industrial Safety Technologies (IST) in February of 2015. The combination of IST companies – Detcon, Oldham, Gas Measurement Instruments (GMI) and Simtronics – together with the gas and flame-detection portfolio of Scott Safety makes Tyco Gas & Flame Detection one of the largest global manufacturers of innovative gas and flame detection products. The business is well positioned to provide customers with a complete range of smarter, safer solutions and services.

“Under Tyco Gas & Flame Detection, we are now able to share best practices and ideation across our businesses to deliver a comprehensive product portfolio with the most advanced technology and support level in the industry,” says president of Tyco Life Safety Products, Andrew Chrostowski. “As part of Tyco’s global network of fire and security solutions, we are uniquely positioned to deliver innovative solutions to our customers.”

In addition to providing customers with a complete range of innovative gas and flame detection solutions, Tyco Gas & Flame Detection a comprehensive service and support network, leveraging Tyco’s global installation and service footprint, along with an established network of authorised service providers.

“Our mission is to be the global technology leader and world-class provider of innovative and trusted gas and flame detection solutions that protect people, assets and the environment,” says general manager of Tyco Gas & Flame Detection, Sean Magee.

Tags: Tyco Gas & Flame Detection, Tyco International


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