New Monitoring Solutions for Gases
Jan 10 2008 Read 1180 Times
The Austech SF6 Leak Detector uses a unique extractive gas sampling system designed for the continuous detection and monitoring of sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) gas leaks. A new and exclusive system on the market the SF6 Leak Detector houses an inbuilt gas sensor which is designed to enhance the detection sensitivity of SF6.
SF6 is a colourless, odourless, nontoxic and nonflammable gas used in the electrical industry as a gaseous dielectric for high voltage circuit breakers, switchgear and other electrical equipment. Although SF6 is a nontoxic gas, inhaling higher concentrations can displace oxygen in the body and results in asphyxiation. The SF6 Leak Detector reduces this risk with the ability to detect SF6 between 50 and 200ppm.
The single point wall mounted monitor features an inbuilt electrochemical gas sensor which converts unique gases to a more electrochemically active gas for efficient detection and measurement. The detector also features a renewable sensor cell and 24VDC operation.
Other detectors are available from Austech for Ammonia, Carbon Dioxide, Hydrogen Sulphide, Chlorine, Hydrogen Chloride, Nitric Oxide, Carbon Monoxide, Sulphur Dioxide, Refrigerant, Oxygen deficiency, and others, all which are housed in weatherproof stainless steel enclosures.
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