combustible gas detection Equipment in Texas

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

by Compur Monitors GmbH & Co. KG     based in München, GERMANY

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 ...

Extech EzFlex - Model EZ40 - Combustible Gas Detector

by EMLab P&K     based in San Bruno, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Extech EzFlex Combustible Gas Detector EZ40 is a portable instrument that quickly identifies and pinpoints gas leaks. Applications: Natural Gas, Methane, Ethan, Propane, Butane, LPG.

Bernt - Model S4000CH - Intelligent Sensor for Combustible Gas Detection

by Bernt Messtechnik GmbH     based in Düsseldorf, GERMANY

Compact Hydrocarbon Transmitter; EExd Design. SIL3 suitable, IEC61508. Display up to 120% LEL. Output: 4-20 mA, Relays and HART optional. High-quality sensor element. Remaining sensor life indication. High longterm stability. High poison resistance. Approvals: ATEX, CSA/FM, GOST. Typical lifetime of 6 to 8 years.

Portable Gas Detection

by Concept Controls Inc     based in La Porte, TEXAS (USA)

If your crew is on the move, you need safety equipment that moves with them. In a confined space or remote location, a portable gas detection device is the first and most important warning system you have.

RKI - Model GX 86A 4-Gas O2-LEL-CO-H2S - Gas Detecting Instrument

by Argus-Hazco     based in Chesterfield, MICHIGAN (USA)

The new GX-86A gas detecting instrument adds enhanced capability to the popular GX design. Powerful new microprocessor driven circuits provide this test proven instrument with all the features needed for easy use; including auto calibration and datalogging. The new design maintains all popular features needed for easy use; including auto ...

MultiRAE - Model PGM-6248 - Family of Wireless Muti-Threat Monitors

by Specialized Response Solutions, LP (SRS)     based in Fort Worth, TEXAS (USA)

MultiRAE portabl multi-threat monitors combine best-in-class detection capabilities with optional integrated wireless functionality to help elevate safety of workers and responders and reduce facility downtime. MultiRAE monitors offer an industry-leading selection of interchangeable electrochemical, combustible, infared, PID (photo-ionization ...

Model PT2008 - Wireless Gas Monitor & Controller

by Pem-Tech, Inc.     based in Sugar Land, TEXAS (USA)

Communicates with up to 64 Ultra 1000 Series Wireless Gas Sensor. Programmable for toxic and combustibles. Fully programmable alarm relay contacts. Large graphic LC Display with backlight. 900 MHz or 2.4 GHz ISM Band.

Model Zero Two Series - Gas and Flame Detection System

by General Monitors     based in Lake Forest, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Modular system offering the widest range of control cards for use in an integrated fire and/or gas detection system.Depending on how it is configured, a Zero Two Series system can monitor any combination of the following: combustible gas, H2S, toxic gas, oxygen deficiency and flame detection. In addition, its open architecture allows the system to ...

Model PT295 Series - Combustible Gas Sensor

by Pem-Tech, Inc.     based in Sugar Land, TEXAS (USA)

Model PT295-LEL is a microprocessor-based sensor designed to combustible hydrocarbons in % volume level. The unit features easy one-man calibration initiated by simply activating a magnetic switch and applying the gas. The complete sensor consists of a stainless steel sensor head assembly, a user connection board and a transmitter board assembly. ...

Statox - Model 501 IR - Combustible Gas Detector

by Compur Monitors GmbH & Co. KG     based in München, GERMANY

The infrared absorption method of gas detection is ideal to detect hydrocarbons such as fuels. It features enough sensitivity to expand the range of application into the ppm range. For instance fuels such as gasoline, diesel or kerosene are mixtures of hydrocarbons.

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