With over 2200 installed Gas Detection systems and Vapor Detection systems, Ino-Tek is the 21st-century leader in the Design, Installation, and Service of these critical Life Safety / Hazardous Material Emergency Alarm Systems.
Hazardous Material Emergency Alarm Systems (HMEAS) are code compliant stand-alone systems for protecting people and facilities from exposure to dangerous substances in the workplace.
Ino-Tek provides specialized hazardous materials engineering support for end-users, Architectural and Engineering firms and municipal governments across the United States.
Life Safety System/Hazardous Material Emergency Alarm System require regular maintenance including sensor calibration on a regular basis to make sure all the equipment is working properly and up to date with any performance changes.
Automotive Research and Development
CNG / Propane Fleet Maintenance Facilities
Additional Hazard Locations
Marijuana Grow, Processing and Extraction
Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing
Heavy Industrial Manufacturing
Water / Wastewater Treatment
Food / Beverage
an unwavering commitment to do the right thing with the highest standards of effectiveness
exceed all standards for communication, design, installation and service
share our expertise to keep people safe while working in hazardous material environments
Ino-Tek is Committed to Improving Safety
when working around hazardous materials.
Who We Are
Ino-Tek Life Safety Systems are The First Warning… and the Last Line of Defense when working around hazardous materials.
Our comprehensive approach to Life Safety / Hazardous Material Emergency Alarm Systems incorporates Hazard Reviews, Code-Compliance Assessments, and cutting-edge Engineering to ensure that our systems set the standard for worker safety in Hazmat environments. To ensure continued safety in the workplace, we provide ongoing Calibration, Certification, Maintenance and 24/7 support to our customers through our in-house team of service professionals.
Need Maintenance on an
Existing Gas or Leak Detection System?
Schedule a Field Service Engineer who will inspect your facility and make sure it meets all compliance requirements.