Gas Detection

Gas detection is a vital safety solution when working in potentially hazardous environments with a risk of toxic gases in the atmosphere. Here at Rockall, we have a generous variety of different devices available, which can be used to detect explosive atmospheres, oxygen deficiency, and toxic gases in the immediate working space.

Take a look at our gas detection safety news and advice for all the information you need regarding what applications gas detectors are needed for.

Specialising in a wide range of resources that are designed to minimise health and safety risks other than gas detectors, we also provide breathing equipmentfall arrest systems and confined space rescue tools that you can rely on through your day to day operations.

If you have any questions relating to our products or services, don’t hesitate to contact our dedicated sale staff on 0845 3300 447 or email our team at


Confined Spaces: Know Before Entry – 10 Gases To Be Aware Of

Posted by Emma Curthoys

  Being aware Confined spaces are often a hidden necessity in various industries. From technicians to construction workers, these environments play a vital role in keeping our infrastructure operational. However, lurking beneath the surface of these seemingly mundane spaces lies a multitude of safety hazards that can quickly turn deadly. One of the most significant…


Katie Haines Memorial Trust – Carbon Monoxide Awareness

Posted by Rhys Redrup

    Katie’s Story Katharine Leah Haines, better known as Katie (maiden name Samuel), was born on January 31st 1979, the elder sibling to Adam and Lydia. On December 12th 2009, she married Richard Haines at St. Mary’s Church in Fairford, Gloucestershire. Tragically, on February 18th, 2010, Katie, tired after work, decided to skip her…


Detecting benzene with the UltraRAE 3000

Posted by Rhys Redrup

Honeywell RAE Systems – UltraRAE 3000 The Honeywell UltraRAE 3000 is a cutting-edge Compound-Specific Monitor. It boasts a Photoionisation Detector (PID) with an extensive range suitable for various applications, from refinery maintenance to hazardous material response. It offers dual detection modes for assessing total benzene exposure and boasts high sensitivity to benzene with a detection…


Detecting Carbon Monoxide

Posted by Rhys Redrup

Detecting Carbon Monoxide Formula: CO CAS Number: 630-08-0 Introduction: What is Carbon Monoxide (CO)? Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colourless, odourless, and tasteless gas. It is produced by the incomplete combustion of carbon-containing fuels such as gasoline, natural gas, propane, coal, or wood. CO is highly toxic and can be fatal if inhaled in high…