combustible gas detection Equipment in Texas

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Model OPECL - Open Path (OPECL) IR Gas Detector

by Det-Tronics - Detector Electronics Corporation     based in Bloomington, MINNESOTA (USA)

Det-Tronics offers an open path gas detector for measurement of hydrocarbon vapors in the lower explosive limit per distance (LFL-meter) detection range. Ideally suited for open path gas detection applications in oil, gas, and petrochemical facilities, the Open Path Eclipse model OPECL provides a number of unique features and benefits including.

Extech - Model FG100 - Combustible Gas Leak Detector

by Extech Instruments     based in Nashua, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA)

Extech FG100 Combustible Gas Leak Detector has a fast response detection of gas leakage and detects combustible gases, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Propane Gas (LPG) from 500 to 6500ppm. The Extech FG100 gas detector is a convenient compact portable size device with pocket clip.

Model Statox 501 LC IR & MC IR - Combustible Gas Detection

by Compur Monitors, Inc.     based in Webster, TEXAS (USA)

Monitoring the environment for explosive gases most of the time you would be looking for hydrocarbons. It is a characteristic of hydrocarbons that they have a number of C - H bonds. These bonds absorb infrared light at a wavelength of 3,4 mm ( unsaturated hydrocarbons absorb at 3,3 mm ). This effect can be used to reliably detect these substances. ...

SafEye - Model 700 Series - Open Path Combustible Gas Detector

by Sensidyne     based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

Industry-proven open path gas detection for line of sight applications.

SafEye - Model 200 Series - Open Path Combustible Gas Detector

by Sensidyne     based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

Industry-proven open path gas detection for line of sight applications.

Statox - Model 501 IR - Combustible Gas Detector

by Compur Monitors, Inc.     based in Webster, TEXAS (USA)

Statox 501 IR detects gases in the LEL and ppm range. Protecting people and assets from hydrocarbons, The infrared absorption method of detection is ideal for the detection of larger hydrocarbon molecules such as fuels. It features enough sensitivity to expand the range of application into the ppm range. For instance fuels such as gasoline, diesel ...

RIDGID - Model micro CD-100 - Combustible Gas Detector

by Ridge Tool Co.     based in Elyria, OHIO (USA)

The RIDGID micro CD-100 Combustible Gas Detector provides simple and quick readings to identify the presence of combustible gases. The micro CD-100 is designed to detect Methane, Propane, Butane, Ethanol, Ammonia, Hydrogen and many other combustible gases. (See Chart on back for a complete list.) With adjustable sensitivity, even low-levels of ...

Model CD200 - Combustible Gas Leak Detector

by IMR Environmental Equipment, Inc.     based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

Adjustable tick rate. Long 18' (45cm) flexible gooseneck. 'Tip Light' in sensor cover illuminates the area of the leak. Audio and visual tick rate. Fast response time (< 2 seconds to 40% LEL).

Model CD100A - Combustible Gas Leak Detector

by IMR Environmental Equipment, Inc.     based in St. Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

Adjustable tick rate. Long 18' (45cm) flexible gooseneck. 'Tip Light' in sensor cover illuminates the area of the leak. Audio and visual tick rate.

Model CGS - Catalytic Combustible Gas Detector

by Det-Tronics - Detector Electronics Corporation     based in Bloomington, MINNESOTA (USA)

The catalytic combustible gas sensor (CGS) is a globally-approved, stainless steel sensor that is poison-resistant. It provides unmatched detection of almost all combustible gases in harsh industrial environments, and is compatible with the entire line of Det-Tronics combustible gas transmitters and controllers. The CGS must be used with a ...

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