in life. We often see. Some large-scale deflagration accidents. Caused by an accident. The loss of life and property is countless. Therefore, gas detector alarm in many environments. where there is an explosive risk. Use combustible gas detectors. It is necessary to implement gas detection. Use combustible gas detector to detect. Can be related to the environment. Make an understanding of the various situations. Including the concentration and type of combustible gas. It is a timely response. An important means to prevent danger.
What is a combustible gas detector?
simply put. The combustible gas detector is. For single or multiple combustible gas concentrations. A type of detector that responds. It is installed in an explosive environment. Gas detection equipment. This kind of instrument can. Put the concentration of combustible gas on site. Converted into electrical signals. And transmitted to the monitoring equipment. Which one to choose. Combustible gas detector. It depends on each environment. Demand for gas detection types. And need to consider the instrument used. External environment characteristics.
Combustible gas detector. It is an industrial use. The high-performance gas concentration leaks. Detection alarm. It can be used to detect hydrocarbons (methane, ethane, propane, benzene, acetylene, butane, n-butane, isobutane, pentane, hexane, gasoline, toluene, etc.). Halogenated hydrocarbons (chloromethane, methylene chloride. Trichloroethane, vinyl chloride). Alcohols (methanol, ethanol, propanol). Ether (methyl ether). Ketones (butanone, acetone). Methyl acetate and other compounds (hydrogen, sulfur dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, industrial solvents, dry cleaning fluids, etc.). According to the detection principle, there are usually four types. Respectively. Thermal conductivity type, semiconductor type. Catalytic combustion type (contact combustion). Infrared absorption type.
The combustible gas detector is a point-type gas detection device installed in an explosive and dangerous environment. It converts the on-site combustible gas concentration into an electrical signal and transmits it to the monitoring equipment located in a safe area to achieve the purpose of monitoring the on-site combustible gas concentration. In the process of design and construction, combustible gas detectors should comply with corresponding standards and requirements.