Chemicals used in paint can be hazardous for staff and environment. Even though in recent years, lead (Pb) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are increasingly monitored, several other chemicals such as acrylic, acetone, and ester are still present in paint and can pose serious health risks to workers. Excessive concentrations of chemicals in the air can cause dizziness, fainting, vomiting and even death. Several types of detectors are available in order to control toxic vapors and gases, regardless of the level of air circulation. Gas detectors provide you with a safe working environment and also avoids collateral damage related to an extended exposition to VOCs.