Hummingbird showcases gas sensor technology on new website

19 January 2010

Hummingbird Sensing Technology has launched a new website that supports its growing reputation as a leading manufacturer of gas sensors for the OEM market.

The sensors have application in the critical care, anaesthesia, patient monitoring and emissions monitoring, fruit storage, food packaging, calorimetry and vehicle exhaust testing.

Showcasing the available sensor options for both healthcare and industrial OEM applications, as well as hosting direct contact details for EMEA, Americas, Japan and Asia Pacific representatives, the new website is a resource for global manufacturers with forthcoming language options in Chinese, Portuguese Brazilian and Japanese.

Assembled to the highest build quality at a state-of-the-art ISO 9001-certified manufacturing facility in Crowborough, UK, Hummingbird sensor technology lies at the heart of the world-leading range of Servomex gas analysers.

Delivering unsurpassed performance, reliability and ease of integration, Hummingbird sensors contain no consumable parts and many sensors continue to perform following decades of continuous use. This proven reliability in both process and life critical applications enable OEM partners to offer real lifetime cost-of-ownership benefits to their customers.

The sensors detect a range of gases including oxygen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and methane, making them suitable for a range of applications including continuous emissions monitoring (CEMS), fruit storage, food packaging, calorimetry and vehicle exhaust testing.

The product range includes the acclaimed Paracube oxygen sensors, which combine world-leading gas analysis technologies with cutting-edge manufacturing techniques.

The Hummingbird Paracube MicroThe latest addition to Paracube series, the Paracube Micro (photo on right), delivers a ‘next-generation’ design ethos with an unrivalled degree of system integration, flexibility, compliance and reliability, enabling easy integration into critical care ventilators, anatomical anaesthesia, patient monitoring and other life critical healthcare applications.

“Hummingbird is delighted to launch our new website, which will help us underline our increasing presence as a global manufacturer of gas sensors,” says Martin Cox, Hummingbird Sensing Technology.
“Supported by our team of dedicated representatives, we believe this visibility reflects the very positive interest for our sensors that we are receiving from key manufacturers.”

The website is at:


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