Nanomix puts detection device on the market

May 12, 2005 — Nanomix Inc. made its nanotube-based hydrogen detection device available today and appointed KWJ Engineering as its distributor. The distributorship will allow Nanomix to accept volume orders for the first time, according to the company.

Based in Emeryville, Calif., Nanomix has developed a low-power nanoelectronic device for use in industrial plants, first-responder settings and other environments where long-term monitoring of accidental accumulation of highly explosive hydrogen gas in needed. KWJ Engineering, which focuses on specialized in gas detection applications, participated in the evaluation and testing of the device.


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