Draeger Safety is seeking to expand its market share in Iran’s petroleum industry.
According to Draeger’s regional manager for oil, gas, and chemical, Ian White, its business in Iran is to provide safety products, including protection equipment such as breathing apparatuses, respiratory protection, and face masks to protect people in potentially toxic and poisonous environments. Also, it produces detection equipment that will detect anything explosive in oil, gas, chemical, and petrochemical industries.
Draeger Safety has been developing advanced technical devices and solutions trusted by users all over the world. Its broad range of products, including safety and protection systems, respiratory protective equipment, air filters, detection technology, and warning systems are used in hospitals, for firefighting, for mining, in the oil and gas industry, and in the chemical industry.
In industrial spaces, detection and protection devices are essential part of safety systems. Draeger has combined both detection and protection products, to make sure people are safe before and after toxic gases detection.
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