rain detector News

  • New gas detector can `see` ethanol

    A new gas detector that reacts to toxic or explosive concentrations of ethanol has been developed by Sensor Electronics of Minneapolis. Like gasoline, ethanol is extremely volatile and explosive. It’s also toxic: In high concentrations it displaces oxygen, leading to asphyxiation and possible death. This new infrared gas detector “sees” even minute traces of ethanol, making it ideal for ...

  • Combustible gas detector provides rapid 3-Second response to Dangerous Leaks

    The advanced Model IR400 Point IR Combustible Gas Detector from General Monitors features an industry-leading three-second T90 response time to the presence of combustible hydrocarbon-based gases, which allows plant operators to respond quickly to gas leaks and avoid potential accidents. With its fast three-second response time, the Model IR400 Infrared Gas Detector provides an added margin of ...


    By General Monitors

  • ECO PHYSICS announces the next publication in the AWEInternational

    ECO PHYSICS announces the next publication in the AWEInternational, titling: EcoPhysics’ NOx Detectors/ NOx in the Field of Burners and Boilers. An outline: “Nitrogen oxides (NOx) are a by-product of nearly every combustion process. The term “nitrogen oxides” is usually used to describe two gases: nitric oxide (NO), a colorless as well as odorless ...


    By Eco Physics Inc.

  • Always know what is going on in your plant: Gas detection system Statox 505 - SIL 2 standard

    Reliability, feedback included The Statox 505 is a 4 – 20 mA transmitter for toxic gases and oxygen. It complements the Compur portfolio of fixed gas detectors. With this new development Compur responds to an increasing demand for SIL standard gas detectors, mainly from the chemical and petrochemical industry. Typical for Compur Monitors, they did not base their statistics ...

  • Satnav reflection technology for remote sensing of the Earth

    A rain of navigation signals falls constantly upon the Earth from GPS and the initial satellites in Europe's Galileo system, enabling an ever-increasing number of positioning and guidance services. Afterwards these microwave beams bounce back to space – where a proposed ESA mission aims to harness them as a scientific resource and explore their potential for terrestrial remote sensing ...


    By European Space Agency (ESA)

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