New technical handbook on ultrasonic gas leak detection
Jan 18 2011 Read 1003 Times
Gassonic (General Monitors) has developed a new Technical Handbook to explain how to incorporate ultrasonic gas leak detection in the fire and gas detection system. The handbook has been developed to support engineers when integrating ultrasonic gas leak detectors in new oil and gas facilities or when modifying existing sites. The handbook captures data with respect to specific gases and application areas. It also provides stepby-step suggestion on how to integrate these detectors based on plant layouts, instructions on detection coverage, how they can be voted with other detector types, and other important considerations. To request a presentation or a handbook your local Gassonic representative can be contacted: www.gassonic.com/contacts. The handbook can also be opened in a digital version from www.gassonic.com/handbook.
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