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GfG Instrumentation

Our Mission

GfG Instrumentation is committed to the protection of life and property by developing and producing the safest and most reliable gas detection equipment available, and to continuously make improvements through constant attention to customer expectations and advancing industry standards.

About GfG Instrumentation, Inc.

GfG Instrumentation is a world leader for gas detection and measurement technology. For over 50 years the company has specialized in developing, and producing the safest and most reliable equipment and sensors available. Offering an extensive range of portable monitors, fixed systems, and respiratory air monitors, GfG provides diverse solutions for toxic, explosive, and oxygen gas detection.

GfG equipment is used in a wide variety of applications and industries including automotive, chemical industries, landfills, steel industries, hospitals, mining, public utilities, food processing, research institutes, universities, and wherever the protection of life and property is needed.

Products are developed by a team of highly qualified scientists of various disciplines, engineers and technicians, working in cooperation with leading research institutions, bringing practice and theory together.

Specially trained engineers and technicians form a team for consulting, planning, installing and servicing before, during, and after the sale to assist the customer in making the best decision. Supporting a worldwide sales and distribution network, GfG Instrumentation has established production facilities around the world in the United States, Germany, South Africa, Switzerland, and Singapore.

Specific training is offered for users to become qualified with the operation and maintenance of the equipment to ensure the highest performance and deliver uncompromising safety, reliability, and convenience in the workplace.



USA Headquarters
1194 Oak Valley Drive
(Suite 20)
Ann Arbor , Michigan , 48108
United States
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